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Ickworth: A George II Padouk Side Table.

From the collections of the Marquesses of Bristol, Ickworth.

England, circa 1730.

A fine and rare early 18th century George II period padouk side table. The finely figured rectangular top with moulded edge and re-entrant corners above a plain finely veneered frieze enclosing a single drawer above a rosette carved moulded border, standing on four straight legs headed by exceptionally well carved scrolling acanthus leaves and terminating in pronounced stylised claw-and-ball feet on castors.

Very fine figuring to the padouk veneer on the top and with lovely mellow colour and patina throughout. The reverse also finely finished with well figured veneers, allowing this piece to stand well as a centre table finished in the round.

A rare and beautifully made table.

 

Provenance:

The collections of the Marquesses of Bristol, Ickworth, Suffolk and by descent.
With Mallett, New Bond Street, London (1998).
Private Collection, UK.

Dimensions

Height: 28³/₈ in (72 cm) Width: 35 in (89 cm) Depth: 33¹/₂ in (85 cm)

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Stock number

AD.354
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