20 April 2007
A LOUIS XVI MAHOGANY DINING TABLE
LATE 18TH CENTURY
The D-shaped hinged ends on circular tapering legs, ending in ormolu casters, with two additional leaves and one later leaf
28½ in. (72.5 cm.) high, 47 in. (119 cm.) long with D-shaped ends extended but without leaves, two leaves 19 in. (48.5 cm.) wide and one later leaf 21 in. (53.5 cm.) wide
Mrs. Edward S. Ziegler, sold Christie's, New York, 16-17 November 1979, lot 315.
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