Offered by: Art Peritus | Selects
By Appointment New York City, NY 10021 , United States Call Seller 646.921.2393

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George III Hall Table

$ 24,950
  • Description
    Provenance:
    • Florian Papp, NY
    • An important private collection, Far Hills, NJ

    A carved mahogany hall table after designs by Thomas Chippendale published in his 'Director' 1754, Plate XXXI. The present table is a fine example of the Chippendale style and illustrates Chinese and Rococo influences. A similar table can be found at Corsham Court, Wiltshire, England, dated circa 1755.
  • More Information
    Origin: England
    Period: 18th Century
    Materials: Mahogany
    Condition: Good. Refinished overall. The single-plank with minor warping and in-filled shrinkage cracks commensurate with age. One end battened from underside. Old wordworming to secondary timber
    Creation Date: Circa 1755
    Styles / Movements: Traditional, Chippendale, George III
    Dealer Reference #: ZBR0012
    Incollect Reference #: 567891
  • Dimensions
    W. 72 in; H. 33.5 in; D. 27 in;
    W. 182.88 cm; H. 85.09 cm; D. 68.58 cm;
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Art Peritus | Selects is the latest venture for our 15-year-old Appraisal & Advisory firm. The clients we serve have a keen eye and discerning taste. Our exclusive access to their collections of fine and decorative arts, watches, jewelry, and collectibles, allow us to offer ‘selects’ of researched, vetted and quality pieces.

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