London, South Kensington
24 March 2004
A VICTORIAN CAST-IRON OCCASIONAL GARDEN TABLE
CIRCA 1850, POSSIBLY COALBROOKDALE
With faux malachite decorated circular hinged tilt-top on foliate triple scroll support, the trefoil base and pierced foliate scroll feet with castors
R. Parsons, Newark Park, Gloucestershire, sold Wotton's, 2 May 1994, (lot number unknown but illustrated in situ in the catalogue).
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A table of identical design, but with malachite-veneered top, was sold in the Boulle to Jansen sale, Christie's London, 11-12 June 2003, lot 182 (£2,500 plus premium).
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