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A Regency mahogany library or 'rent' table, circa 1810, in the manner of Marsh and Tatham, the circular top with radiating banded panels and central compartment with lid, above four frieze drawers below gilt metal lettered plaques interspaced by paterae and mounted with anthemion ormolu mounts, on a column with four ormolu foliate and paterae mounted scroll legs and castors.Provenance:From the 5th Marquis of Camden's Trust.The Pratt family descends from Sir John Pratt, Lord Chief Justice from 1718 to 1725. The Pratt family were lawyers and politicians and Sir John's son, Charles (1713-1794), served as Lord Chancellor between 1766 and 1770. He was created Baron Camden of Camden Place in the county of Kent in 1765, and Earl Camden and Viscount Bayham in 1786. He acquired large property holdings in the then northern outskirts of London, the area subsequently becoming known as Camden Town.
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