Sold for £200
Condition generally good to fair. There is a split to the inside of one leg of one of the planters. The top of one planter has some scoring to the marble. Some surface wear present throughout, including some scratches to the wood and the marble tops, in keeping with age and use. Additional images available.
19TH CENTURY CHINESE PADOUKWOOD CIRCULAR SHAPED PLANT STAND,
the top inset marble panel within a beaded border, prunus carved frieze below, on elongated cabriole legs, joined by an undertier, 91cm high; along with another Chinese padoukwood plant table of similar design, 92cm high (2)
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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