9 March 2000
A SCOTTISH GEORGE IV MAHOGANY TRUNK STAND
The slatted rectangular top, above the rail with bronze plaque inscribed 'Cassillis', on turned baluster legs joined by conforming stretchers
18¾ in. (47.5 cm.) high; 25 in. (63.5 cm.) wide; 15 in. (28 cm.) deep
Possibly the Earls of Cassillis, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, created Marquesses of Ailsa in 1831.
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A wash-stand also with a brass plaque inscribed 'Cassillis', was sold anonymously, in these Rooms, 11 November 1999, lot 25.
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