Antique Gothic Revival Marble Top Mahogany Center Table
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This wonderful George III style gothic revival table dates from the mid to late nineteenth century and exhibits exceptional craftsmanship. It was appraised in 1998 for $20,000 by Sotheby's. It features a variegated white marble top above a frieze decorated with carved fretwork and containing a flush center drawer. The tops and bottoms of the tapered square legs feature trefoil arches carved entirely through on all four sides. Legs end in block feet featuring carved rosettes. Measures 52.5" wide, 31" deep and 29" high. Could be used as a center table, hall table, writing table or desk. Copy of appraisal will be provided at time of sale. Condition is good. Marble top has a chip loss at the underside of the front right corner, and scratches and minor losses that are consistent with age. Mahogany shows nicks, scratches and wear that is consistent with age.
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This table comes from the collection of Roni Steinberg Sokoloff and resided in her former 63-acre estate in Bedford New York known as Cantitoe Farms. (Formerly known as Sycamore Farms, the estate is down the road from Martha Stewart's estate by the same name.) Ms. Sokoloff purchased the table in the 1980s.
- New York, New York
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- Furniture & Furnishings
- Mid 19th C
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