Lot 240. AN IMPORTANT GEORGE II IRISH MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE

AN IMPORTANT GEORGE II IRISH MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top with a bold gadrooned edge over a deep apron carved and pierced with rocaille-work, shells, leafy fronds and scroll-work, on a ground incised with a diaper pattern, on four cabriole legs carved to the knee with rocaille cabochons and ending in carved webbed feet, 55.5" wide x 25.5" deep x 31" high Literature: Anthony Coleridge: "Chippendale Furniture", published 1968, no.364, where the author states "...from Raynham Hall, Norfolk, where it is thought Chippendale was employed".
Sold For £58000.00 In The Athelhampton House - An Auction on the Premises - Sale Date 9th October 2019

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