28 - 29 February 2012
This lot is offered without a reserve
A PAIR OF RED-PAINTED FAUX BAMBOO ARMCHAIRS,
LATE 20TH CENTURY,
together with a mahogany and parquetry marble-top games table
36in. (91.5cm.) high, 18in. (45.7cm.) wide, 17in. (43.2cm.) deep, the chairs and 28½in. (72.5cm.) high, 32in. (81.3cm.) square, the table (3)
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