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An almost identical pair of mahogany side tables attributed to ‘The Dumfries House Cabinet-Maker’, possibly Thomas Chippendale, was supplied circa 1760 to Lord Dumfries. A further pair with subtle differences, also at Dumfries House, have been attributed to Alexander Peter on the basis of the white-painted numerals on the underside – these identification marks are found on pieces at Dumfries exclusively by or attributed to Alexander Peter, and also run chronologically in line with the date of supply. A table of with related spindle legs at The Vyne, Hampshire was described in the 1776 inventory as a ‘spider leg’ table. A related table was sold Christie’s London, 11 November 1999 lot 293. Similarly tables without the drawers were also made.
|Height||71.00 cm||(27.95 inches)|
|Width||66.50 cm||(26.18 inches)|
|Depth||42.00 cm||(16.54 inches)|
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