18 October 2002
THE PROPERTY OF A NEW YORK COLLECTOR
(Lots 587 - 588)
A REGENCE GILTWOOD SIDE TABLE
Circa 1725, regilt, possibly German
The molded rectangular alabaster-veneered later top above a hatched frieze carved with strapwork and further trellis-carved apron with central grotesque bearded satyr's mask issuing scrolling acanthus vines, on similar satyr's mask-headed cabriole legs joined by a scrolling X-stretcher above scrolled feet, previously with wooden top
32¼in. (82cm.) high, 55in. (140cm.) wide, 26½in. (67cm.) deep
Sir Oswald Darrell, Bt.
Anonymous sale Christie's London, 1 December 1983, lot 26.
Acquired from Mallett, London.
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