French dining table leads Adam’s sale

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12th June, 2016
A 19th century French dining table

Leading the Adam’s At Home sale today are an early 19th century French, mahogany and burr walnut, circular dining table, and two lots by Cork masters, an 18th century longcase clock by James Aickin, and a set of eleven 19th century dining chairs by Burrows, each lot with an estimate of €3,000-€5,000.

Rarities include a pair of continental Gustavian timber commodes (€1,000-€1,500), a Chinese coopered and lacquered child’s seat in the...

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