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Design for a sideboard table and wine cistern for the dining room, not known to have been executed, c1786 (1)

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It is not known if these designs for furniture were ever executed, however Miele cites the presence of two lozenge-shaped pier tables in the Adam style, in the care of the local authority as of 1990.

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