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Collections Sale / A DERBYSHIRE FLOURSPAR BLUE JOHN ASHFORD AND WHITE MARBLE SPECIMEN TABLE TOP, POSSIBLY BY WHITE WATSON (1760-1835) Early 19th century

THE PROFESSOR GORDON WALKDEN COLLECTION OF FOSSILS AND MINERALS
Lot 80
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A DERBYSHIRE FLOURSPAR BLUE JOHN ASHFORD AND WHITE MARBLE SPECIMEN TABLE TOP, POSSIBLY BY WHITE WATSON (1760-1835)
Early 19th century
28 June 2022, 10:00 BST
London, Knightsbridge

Sold for £5,355 inc. premium

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A DERBYSHIRE FLOURSPAR BLUE JOHN ASHFORD AND WHITE MARBLE SPECIMEN TABLE TOP, POSSIBLY BY WHITE WATSON (1760-1835)

Early 19th century
Of rectangular form, inlaid with seventy-seven Blue John and fossil specimen plaques, within a saw-tooth band and Ashford marble border, 65cm wide x 43cm deep x 2.5cm high, (25 1/2in wide x 16 1/2in deep x 0 1/2in high)

Footnotes

A very similar specimen marble and Blue John table top was sold at Christie's, New York, The Property of Lisa Zenkel Sheldon, Greenwich, Connecticut, 14 June 2017, lot 236.

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