16 September 2004
A VICTORIAN POLISHED-STEEL PIER TABLE
The rectangular top with shaped front corners, on lion monopodia and a gothic-tracery pierced platform, the side of the plinth on the right replaced, formerly decorated
32 in. (81 cm.) high; 45½ in. (115.5 cm.) wide; 18 in. (46 cm.) deep
The 2nd Viscount Rothermere (d. 1978), Daylesford House, Gloucestershire (in the Gothic conservatory).
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An identical painted table, possibly the present lot, is illustrated in G. Himmelheber, Cast-iron Furniture, London, 1996, fig. 211.
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