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Unusual Vernacular Turner's Tripod Table
With Baluster Turned Stem and Splayed Feet
Well Patinated Elm and Oak
English, c.1720

Provenance: Private Collection of Sir Roy Strong, (Ex Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum). Previously with Key Antiques, Chipping Norton.

Comparative Literature: Victor Chinnery, "Oak Furniture, the British Tradition"; ACC, Woodbridge, 1986 (re-print from 1979); Page 86, Fig 2:69 illustrates and describes a closely similar example with a dished top.

Dimensions

62.2cms high x 39.35cms wide x 40.6cms deep

Stock number

10012
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