26 January 2007
A GEORGE III YEWWOOD CHEVERET TABLE
LATE 18TH CENTURY
The rectangular, removable upper section with three-quarter gallery and shelf above four short mahogany-lined drawers, the base with a hinged sloping flap lined with green baize, the right end enclosing two mahogany-lined drawers, the lower drawer fitted with compartments for pens and ink-wells, on square tapering legs, with brass caps and castors, the underside of one drawer with printed paper label 'G.GARDENER, Antique Furniture warehouses, 209 & 211, Brompton Rd. London, S.W.'
44 in. (112 cm.) high; 22 in. (56 cm.) wide; 16¼ in. (41.5 cm.) deep
G. Gardner, 209 & 211 Brompton Road, London.
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