19 April 2001
THE PROPERTY OF A NEW YORK COLLECTOR
A GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE
The tulipwood-banded oval drop-leaf top above a bowed apron with a single banded drawer to one side and a simulated drawer front to the other, above tapering squared legs headed by inlaid fluting, with spade feet and later brass caps and casters, inscribed in black chalk 2503, with the dealer's printed label, the drawer pulls replaced
27½in. (70cm.) high, 40¾in. (103.5cm.) wide open, 31¼in. (79.5cm.) deep
With Stair and Company, Inc., New York.
Acquired from Devenish Inc., New York.
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