London, South Kensington
6 June 2001
A VICTORIAN SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED, MARQUETRY AND ORMOLU MOUNTED WRITING TABLE
In the French style, the shaped top crossbanded and bordered with sprays of flowers and inset with a panel of tooled red leather and bordered with foliate brass edge with clasps to the corners, the friezes inlaid with sprays of flowers, on cabriole legs headed with masks terminating in foliate cabochon sabots
61½in. (156cm.) wide, 32¾in. (83.5cm.) deep, 29½in. (75cm.) high
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