28 March 2007
AN ITALIAN GREEN-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT ENCOIGNURE-ON-STAND
LATE 18TH/19TH CENTURY, POSSIBLY CENTRAL EUROPEAN
WITH BOW-TIED LEAVES AND BERRIES ABOVE A CUPBOARD DOOR WITH THE MONOGRAM MJG IN A AN OVAL, ENCLOSING THREE SHELVES
76 IN. (193 CM.) HIGH,24 IN. (64.5 CM.) WIDE, 17 IN. (43 CM.) DEEP
(POSSIBLY) BARON FELIX KRAMARSKY AND MR. AND MRS. CHARLES EDISON.
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F. LEWIS HINCKLEY, A DIRECTORY OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE, NEW YORK, 1953, P. 29, FIG. 73.
REPUTEDLY MADE FOR MARIA JOSEFA GRAVINA.
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