London, South Kensington
7 April 2006
AN OTTOMAN MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND TORTOISESHELL INLAID TABOURET, TURKEY, 18TH CENTURY
Of decagonal form, the top with a central hexagonal lattice forming stellar designs, in a border of triangular motifs, the arcaded sides rising from the legs each with a panel of lozenge lattice design above, bone stringing on leading edges -- 16in. (41cm.) high; 18¼in. (46.5cm.) across.
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