15 April 2005
A GEORGE III SATINWOOD, AMARANTH AND TULIPWOOD PEMBROKE TABLE
The oval top with inset corners above a mahogany-lined frieze drawer on square tapering legs with waisted spade feet, brass caps and leather casters
28½ in. (72.5 cm.) high, 38½ (98 cm.) wide open, 19 in. (48 cm.) wide closed, 28¼ in. (72 cm.) deep
George D. Widener, Jr.
The Estate of Diana Kendall; Christie's, New York, 14-15 October 1994, lot 532.
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This table once belonged to the noted collector and philanthropist George D. Widener, Jr. For a full discussion on Widener, please see lot 226.
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