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|England, circa 1720|
A George I walnut card table with circular corners dished for candlesticks and wells for counters; the lower edge of the frieze centres in a pendant and one of the cabriole legs swings out to support the flap.
|Location of Origin: England|
|Primary Classification: Antiques, Decorative Arts and Furniture : Antique Furniture : Tables|
|Secondary Classification: All Other Categories : By Style / Period : Georgian|
|Bibliography:The table is illustrated in the following publication: The Dictionary of English Furniture: Volume III, Revised Edition by Ralph Edwards, Antique Collectors’ Club, 1983, p.196 (see in the left).|
|Provenance: Fred Skull Collection, Bassetsbury Manor, High Wycombe, with Phillips of Hitchin.|
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