9 March 2000
AN ITALIAN RED AND ORANGE JASPAR-VENEERED SIDE TABLE
With rectangular moulded top on twin in-curved end-supports, the top with losses, restorations, one support lacking its plinth (not illustrated)
30 in. (76.2 cm.) high; 69¼ in. (176 cm.) wide, 34¾ in. (88.3 cm.) deep
Possibly bought in Italy by Thomas John Wynn (d. 1832), 2nd Baron Newborough, Glynllifon, Caernarvonshire, Wales, and by descent until sold with the house to the present owners.
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