14 September 2000
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY OF TITLE
(LOTS 100 - 101)
A SATINWOOD POLYCHROME-DECORATED SATINWOOD DEMI-LUNE SIDE-TABLE
Of George III style, the base late 19th century
Crossbanded overall in tulipwood, the segmental top banded to the front edge in satinbirch and with radiating panels issuing from a fan motif inlaid to the rear edge, above a panelled frieze decorated with floral swags, on anthemion-headed square tapering legs decorated with husk trails, block feet, the reverse with label with indistinct inscription 'Edin...', the top of later date and warped, the feet later
30¼ in. (77 cm.) high; 55½ in. (128.5 cm.) wide; 19¼ in. (49 cm.) deep
Mrs. J. H. Dent-Brocklehurst, Hawling Manor, Gloucestershire, sold by her Executors, Christies South Kensington house sale, 10 October 1988, lot 87 (£10,450 inc. premium).
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