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141

An unusual William and Mary green japanned copper tripod table, late 17th century

UK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

4,000

to
- 6,000 GBP

Property of Lord Ralph Kerr

An unusual William and Mary green japanned copper tripod table, late 17th century

An unusual William and Mary green japanned copper tripod table, late 17th century

Estimate:

4,000

to
- 6,000 GBP

Lot sold:

6,930

GBP

Property of Lord Ralph Kerr

An unusual William and Mary green japanned copper tripod table

late 17th century


with gilt-decoration, the embossed copper top of shell outline on a compound baluster octagonal stem and scrolling tripod legs

75cm. high, 61cm. wide, 47.5cm. deep; 2ft. 5 1/2in., 2ft., 1ft. 6 3/4in.

The top with dents, old marks and prangs, screw holes and ring marks and the residue of polish. Historic worm. Old marks and scratches to japanned surface varnish and layers of japanning. Losses to gilding. The stem with wear. Losses to 'buttons' on legs, cracks to scrolls on legs. Some redcoration, possibly although generally original.. Craqulure to varnish.


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Probably Sir Thomas Coke (1675-1727);
Thence by descent.
Anon, Inventory of all the Household Goods and Furniture at Melbourne Hall (1750-1751) late of Sir George Lewis Coke, [ref.168-15-1 Melbourne Archive] 1 March 1750 and July 1751, possibly that described on page 3 in the Drawing Room ‘A Japan India tea table’ or on page 4 in the anti-room ‘A Japan tea Table’