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An Exceptional Pair of Card Tables Attributed to Thomas Chippendale Junior, English, circa 1782.

For William Constable Middelton of Stockeld Park, Yorkshire.

H: 30 in (76.5 cm)     W: 36 in (92 cm)      D: 18 in (45.5 cm).
 
The semi circular top elaborately decorated with a fan in holly and purple wood, centered by finely engraved leaves and divided by graduated bell flowers and swags of laurel centered by circular paterae cross banded in satinwood and tulip wood. The top opening to a baized lined interior cross-banded with satinwood.

The frieze finely carved in solid satinwood and centered by a crest of the Middelton family finely carved in boxwood. The four legs fluted and with lobed capitals, terminating in turned spade feet.

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