New York, East
28 June 2000
AN ITALIAN NEOCLASSIC ORMOLU-MOUNTED FRUITWOOD AND PARCEL-EBONIZED ENCOIGNURE
first half 19th century
The triangular top with canted corners, above a conforming case fitted with a pair of panelled doors, flanked by half-collumn supports, over square, tapering legs, remounted
43½in. (110.5cm.) high, 36¼in. (92cm.) wide, 20¼in. (51cm.) deep
Supplied to the dukes of Parma.
Thence by descent until acquired by the present owner.
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First Half 19th Century
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