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Lot 1522

Tuesday 10 Jun, 2014 - 12.00am

A William IV mahogany D-shaped tea table with plain folding top, plain apron, on plain heavy turned central column and swept-in rectangular base with scroll toes and castors, 38ins wide x 19ins deep x 30ins high (top slightly marked and scuffed in places and with small bits of veneer missing in places) Note: By repute removed from 114 Cambridge Street, Pimlico, London, home of Aubrey Beardsley and his sister, Mabel, 1894-1895. The house was then purchased by the Great Grandmother of the vendor and thence by family descent

Estimate £150 - 200

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป