A Most Important English William IV Period Serving Table.
A Most Important English William IV Period Serving Table. An Early 19th century Mahogany Inverted Breakfront Serving Table, the shaped top above a cartouche-centered shaped frieze incorporating the coat of arms of Heathcote supported on carved baluster legs, standing on gadrooned block feet, PROVENANCE: This piece was reputedly designed by Edward Blore (1787-1879) for Connington Castle from where it was purchased. Blore is best known for his architectural work at Buckingham Palace after John Nash was dismissed following the death of George IV in 1830. DIMENSIONS LENGTH (approx.): 126 inches / 320 cm
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