London, South Kensington
9 March 1999
A tablecloth of fine white linen damask, woven with passion flowers, fuschias, large scrolling leaves and other flora, with the small pink monogram L D (for Lambert-David)--198 x 86in. (504 x 220cm.), with eighteen matching napkins--32in. (81cm.) square; two similar tablecloths, the field of each scattered with small sprigs of flowers and rosehips, monogrammed L D (as above) in pink and white--196 x 84in. (500 x 216cm.) and 118 x 86in. (300 x 220cm.), with twenty-one matching napkins--37 x 32in. (94 x 82cm.)
Removed from the Chteau Ferney-Voltaire, France.
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The last tablecloth has 20 (not 21) matching napkins.
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