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A pair of George III mahogany dining room urns and pedestals, in the manner of Mayhew & Ince, circa 1775

The urns are of campana shape with double scroll acanthus leaf-carved handles, with ram’s head supports and husk carving.

The bodies are fluted and moulded and overlaid with garlands of husks issuing from rams’ heads and set upon a fluted and patera-carved band, above a band of vine leaf carving and upon a leaf-carved socle.

The lids have gadrooned moulded edges with lotus leaf and flame-carved finials.

The single door pedestals are carved with ribbon-tied musical trophies and husk-festooned lions’ masks, set upon leaf-carved and bead-moulded plinths, 186cm.


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