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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "A GEORGE II ANGLO-CHINESE HUANG HUALI TRIPOD TABLE (4456041)"
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Very few, if any, comparable tripod tables are known to have survived. For comparison, a set of chairs commissioned by the powerful export trade family of Gough are depicted in a painting dated 1741; some of them are preserved in the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight, Liverpool. As with the table, the chairs were inspired by an English prototype, but constructed in an entirely Chinese fashion.
Price: £100,000 +
Partridge Fine Arts Plc, ‘English Furniture & Works of Art’, 2001, pp. 34-5.
|Height||76.50 cm||(30.12 inches)|
|Width||77.50 cm||(30.51 inches)|