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A fine George 111 marquetry pier table in sycamore, harewood, and mahogany attributable to John Linnell, the D-shaped top with trellis work and leaf work marquetry within a crossbanded border and a gilt-metal leaf-cast edge above a frieze with marquetry roundels and simulated fluting above a gilt-metal entrelac border, all raised on square tapering legs with inlaid with entwined vine headed by satinwood panels with later metal mount borders.

Circa 1780

Price: £65,000

Height 33.5in./ 85cm.

Width 48in./ 122cm.

Depth 18.Sin./ 47cm.

Literature: A virtually identical pair of tables illustrated in, "William and John Linnell, Eighteenth Century London Furniture Makers" by Helena Hayward and Pat Kirkham, plates 309 and 310. Now at Hevingham Hall, Suffolk.

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