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A George I burr and figured walnut dressing bureau,

early 18th century

Estimate
6,0008,000
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117
A George I burr and figured walnut dressing bureau,

early 18th century

Estimate
6,0008,000
JUMP TO LOT

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A George I burr and figured walnut dressing bureau,

early 18th century

on a later stand, the flap enclosing a fitted interior of a central cupboard, four drawers, two secret drawers and pigeonholes above a drawer fitted with small compartments, some with lids and with two brushes,  with a folding slide below, with a label `This desk belonged to Marianne Layton Browne (1815-1905) of Shenfield, Essex and was given to Heather Ash by her Aunt Madeline McLeod'.
93cm. high, 58cm.wide, 37cm. deep; 3ft.½in., 1ft. 10¾in., 1ft 2½in.
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