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A very unusual George III games table in rosewood with cross-banded border inlaid with brass stringing, the rotating folding top with scrolling brass mounts opening to reveal a baize card surface, the whole resting on double curved leg supports terminating in foliate sabots and castors. Although no known maker's name can be associated with this table it incorporates the fine lines and influence of Thomas Sheraton together with the extravagance of the Regency period.
CONDITION REPORT ON REQUEST.
Regency furniture, Frances Collard, p317
For similar examples:
The Dictionary of English Furniture, vol III, p 269, fig 17,l from the collection of Victoria, Lady Sackville, now in the Victoria and Albert Museum
Furniture in colour, Lanto Synge, P 64.
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