24 May 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE
With a twin-flap rectangular top on square tapering legs, the underside stamped with the three Murray stars (mullets)
28¼ in. (72 cm.) high; 42¾ in. (108 cm.) wide; 34 in. (86½ cm.) long
Possibly Kenwood House, London.
Removed to Scone Palace prior to the auction at Kenwood in 1922.
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The underside is branded with the three Murray mullets which may have been used as an indentifying device for items at Kenwood House, London.
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