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Rosewood with brass castors. Octagonal rosewood center table with molded edge, raised on eight turned and shaped tapering legs. Eight arched stretchers forming 'spokes' joined to a pendant. The legs terminate with brass caps and castors.


Stamped - COLLINSON & LOCK LONDON/6543 Stamped with government inventory mark - ER/VII (twice) Applied label - 44


By 1986, H. Blairman & Sons, London [see note 1]; 1986, sold by H. Blairman & Sons to the MFA. (Accession date: September 17, 1986) NOTES: [1] H. Blairman & Sons research indicates that the stamp "ERVII" found on the underside of the table signifies that it was inventoried in a public building, in the "early years of this century." See H. Blairman & Sons letter to the MFA in curatorial file.

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Museum purchase with funds donated by Mrs. Frederick Heidelberger in loving memory of her son Herbert Heidelberger and her sister Jennie Goldstein

English (London), about 1875

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Rosewood; brass