London, South Kensington
8 September 1993
A late Victorian pine writing table, wtih stylised geometric foliage and grained bands, the raised back above rounded rectangular top, two short drawers on ring-turned tapering legs -- 42in. (107cm.) wide; a matching toilet mirror (slight damage) -- 27in. (69cm.) wide; and a late Victorian mahogany writing table, with rounded rectangular top, two frieze drawers on turned tapering legs -- 39in. (99cm.) wide.
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The Property of a Gentleman
Removed from the Estate Office, Nostell Priory, Wakefield, Yorkshire
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The first two items of this lot are similar to lot 405, Nostell Priory, Christie's House Sale, 30th April and 1st May 1990.
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