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    Victorian Coromandel & gilt brass mounted book slide, with Jasper plaques

    Victorian Coromandel & gilt brass mounted book slide, with Jasper plaques

    $420 (approx conversion from £350)

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    Norfolk, United Kingdom

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    About this item

    Victorian Coromandel & gilt brass mounted book slide, with Jasper cameo plaques
    circa 1870s
    The folding arch shaped hinged  end supports, with brass pierced mounts
    with inset cameo Jasper Plaques,
    one  side depicting a winged cherub, the other classical lady standing against a column
    good original condition
    Dimensions : bookslide width : 32cm sliding out to: 50cm
    pink velvet material under base

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    Additional Information

    Code

    AU22[72] (AB-124564)

    Dimensions

    W: 55cm  (21.7")H: 19.5cm  (7.7")D: 17cm  (6.7")

    Period

    Victorian (1837 to 1901)

    Nationality

    British

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    Paul Watson Antiques

    Norfolk, United Kingdom

    I Have been in the Antiques trade for the past 37 years, i have alot of william & mary, Queen Anne & Georgian Walnut Revival Furniture in stock, dating from 1880s through to the 1930s, iam also a big fan of the Art Deco Period, with the iconic design, never will go out of Fashion.