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Daybed

TITLE: Daybed
DATE: 18th century
MEDIUM: Wood, pigments, satin upholstery
DIMENSIONS: 38 3/4 x 72 x 28 in. (98.43 x 182.88 x 71.12 cm)
CREATION PLACE: France, Europe
CREDIT LINE: The William Hood Dunwoody Fund
ACCESSION NUMBER: 30.41
DEACCESSION DATE: June 21, 2011
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REASON: Poor or inherently unstable condition
VALUATION:  $5,000-$8000 Christie's estimate

 

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