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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "A PAIR OF GEORGE III WHITE-PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT PEDESTALS (4411501)"
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It is unusual for pedestals to be decorated on all sides, which may indicate that these were originally intended to stand within the setting of a columnar screen dividing a room. The fashion for dividing rooms in this manner, particularly galleries and libraries, was popularised by architects such as Robert Adam (1728-1792) and James Wyatt (1746-1813), and examples may be seen in the libraries at Kenwood House, Hampstead, and Heveningham Hall, Suffolk.
Price: £50,000 +
|Height||124.50 cm||(49.02 inches)|
|Width||33.00 cm||(12.99 inches)|
|Depth||33.00 cm||(12.99 inches)|