24 April 1997
A WILLIAM AND MARY SOLID ELM AND BURR-ELM SIDE TABLE
The moulded rectangular top above a frieze drawer, on turned baluster legs joined by a waved stretcher and on bun feet, restorations
26½ in. (67 cm.) wide; 27 in. (68.5 cm.) high; 18 in. (46 cm.) deep
Acquired from Alistair Sampson, Grosvenor House Fine Art and Antiques Fair, London, 1990.
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