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Mahogany demi-lune console table

Price £1,475 inc vat

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Mahogany demi-lune console table
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A Demi Lune Table A mahogany demi lune console of small proportions fitted with two central frieze drawers applied with brass handles and locks, on square tapering legs terminating in brass feet joined by an undertier. The original George III circa 1800 sold at auction for US$6,650.

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Width: 22 inches  |  Depth: 13¾ inches  |  Height: 35 inches

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