London, South Kensington
27 June 2001
A SMALL OAK GATELEG TABLE, ENGLISH, LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY
with an oval top above a drawer and an ogee carved apron on ring-turned and square section legs joined by stretchers, the drawer bottom branded with a coronet and the letter 'S' -- 32½in. (82cm.) wide, 25½in. (65cm.) high, 25in. (64cm.) deep
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The brand may well be that of the Earls of Salisbury, the Cecil family of Hatfield House, Hertfordshire.
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