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Look at what I found on the Online Galleries website!
A pair of stools closely related to the table and also featuring elephant heads are now in a private collection in the USA. Although this is not confirmed, they may well belong together and form a suite.
The Egyptian porphyry top is a replacement to match the simulated porphyry base.
Price: £100,000 +
The Old Clockhouse Ltd., Ascot, Berkshire, England;
Simon Redburn Ltd., London, England;
Edwin H. Herzog, London, England, and New York, USA;
Collection of Jon Gerstenfeld, Washington, DC, USA.
International Art Treasures Exhibition, Bath, 1973; with Simon Redburn Ltd., London.
The Burlington Magazine, October 1968, p. xiii; advertisement with Sotheby’s.
Sotheby’s, ‘Important English Furniture’, 1 November 1968, lot 66.
E. H. Pinto, ‘The animals under the table’, Country Life 1972 annual, p. 40, fig. 4.
International Art Treasures Exhibition handbook, 1973, pl. 83; with Simon Redburn Ltd., London.
Colin G. Wynn, The Pouletts of Hinton House St. George, 1976, no p. no.; photographed in the Gallery.
Edward Lennox-Boyd (ed.), Masterpieces of English Furniture: The Gerstenfeld Collection, 1998, pp. 35 & 199.
|Height||86.50 cm||(34.06 inches)|
|Width||82.00 cm||(32.28 inches)|
|Depth||36.50 cm||(14.37 inches)|