160 Anest of three Regency rosewood and mahoganytables, with a brass three quarter galleried top, each table on two turned and brass mounted end supports joined by a bowed brass stretcher, on downswept and brass ball feet. The original circa 1820, shown above in the South Drawing Room. AL50035 21 x 143/ 4x291/ 2in. 53 x 37 x 74 cm.
161 AFrench Empire mahogany andbrass mounted Bijouterie displaytable with velvet interior, the glass inset lockable top abovea plain frieze on square tapering legs joined by a wavy ' X'stretcher terminating in peg feet. The original circa 1830. The Sunderland Room. AL50040 311/ 4x191/ 2x293/ 4in. 79 x 49 x 75 cm. AGeorge III mahogany and amboyna, rosewood, burl and walnut parquetryinlaid com-mode, the undulating galleried top with pierced carrying handles above lockable cup-board doorsflanked bylion' s mask drop carrying handles to the sides, the apron painted with the Spencer coronet on square chamfered legs. The original circa 1770. The Guest Rooms. AL50045 203/ 4x151/ 2x31in. 52 x 39 x 78 cm. Amahogany bedside lamp table, the rectangular top fitted with a finely cast gallery of crossed sabres above two graduated drawers fitted with hilted sabre drop handles on square tapering legs terminating with brass cappings. Inspired by the 2nd Earl Spencer, appointed 1st Lord of the Admiralty in 1795. AL50038 16 x 14 x 291/ 2in. 40 x 35 x 74 cm. THE ADMIRALTY COLLECTION THE PATCHWORK COLLECTION AGeorge III mahogany bow front tray- top commode, with an undulating gallery pierced with carrying handlesabove a slide and drawer above a fur-ther aprondrawer hand painted with the Spencer Coronet onsquare cham-fered supports. The original circa 1765. The Private Apartments. AL50037 211/ 2x20 x 291/ 4in. 54 x 50 x 74 cm.