24 April 2003
A North Italian Renaissance style bone, ivory and pewter-inlaid fruitwood bedstead**
Attributed to Angelo Lanata & Figli, Lavagna, Circa 1880
En suite with the previous lot
71 in. (180.3 cm.) high; 67¾ in. (172.1 cm.) wide; 89½ in. (227.3 cm.) long
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See Sotheby's London, 21 May 1993, lots 51-58 for a bedroom suite by Lanata of Lavagna.
For a suite attributed to the same maker, see Christie's London, 28 October 1993, lots 224-232.
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