22 - 23 July 2014
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A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI GREY-PAINTED CONSOLE TABLES,
one with metal plaque 122, the other inscribed in blue S99[?]
33in. (84cm.) high, 35in. (89cm.) wide, 14¼in. (36cm.) deep (2)
Anna Thomson Dodge, Rose Terrace, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan; Christie's, sale on premises, 27-29 September 1971, lot 122.
Acquired from H. Blairman, London.
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