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A pair of George III satinwood, tulipwood, harewood and marquetry demilune side tables, in the manner of William Moore of Dublin, late 18th century
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A pair of George III satinwood, tulipwood, harewood and marquetry demilune side tables, in the manner of William Moore of Dublin, late 18th century
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A pair of George III satinwood, tulipwood, harewood and marquetry demilune side tables, in the manner of William Moore of Dublin, late 18th century
the coat of arms represents Campe of London and for the wife, identified in Papworth as either Reeves, Reynes, Rivers or Ryves
height 32 3/4 in., width 53 in., depth 22 3/4 in.
83.5 cm, 134.5 cm, 57.5 cm
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Christie's New York, January 27, 1990, lot 184 ($68,200)

相關資料

Related marquetry designs of trailing husks and acanthus scrolls with flowerheads appear on several works attributed to the Dublin-based cabinetmaker William Moore, who trained in the London workshop of Mayhew and Ince during the early 1770s.  These include a commode supplied to the Duke of Portland, another in the Victoria & Albert Museum, and a pair of demliune pier tables in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York (all ill. in Knight of Glin and James Peill, Irish Furniture, London 2007, p.163-64 fig.220-21, 223).

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