Description: the rounded oblong top inlaid with brescia and white marble chequerboard within a verde antico border and Spanish brocatello panels, the frieze with two slides and a cedar-lined paneled drawer, with a label to the underside Brynkinalt RM
Dimensions: 74cm. high, 61.5cm. wide, 44cm. deep; 2ft. 5¼in., 2ft. ¼in., 1ft. 5½in.
Condition Report: In overall good condition. The marble top has a break to the green border to the back right and a ring mark. There are signs of minor repairs and patching to the legs which are sturdy. With old marks chips and scratches commensurate with age and use.
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Saleroom Notice: This lot contains endangered species. Sotheby's recommends that buyers check with their own government regarding any importation requirements prior to placing a bid. For example, US regulations restrict or prohibit the import of certain items to protect wildlife conservation. Please note that Sotheby's will not assist buyers with the shipment of this lot to the US. A buyer's inability to export or import these lots cannot justify a delay in payment or sale cancellation.
Provenance: Most probably purchased by The Hon. Charlotte Fitzroy, Viscountess Dungannon (1767 – 1828) for Brynkinalt Hall, Denbighshire during her extensive remodelling of the house in the first quarter of the 19th century;
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Thence by descent.