This would probably have originally sported a marble top from the Duke's own Devonshire mines but it now has a modern replacement. The table was withdrawn from Christie's main Endsleigh contents sale in September after its status as part of the fixtures and fittings was queried. With its saleable status now resolved, it was offered with the same £30,000-50,000 estimate, selling at the lower end of expectations for £35,000 to the London trade.
Second attempt sees Endsleigh’s Wyatt table go for £35,000
Christie's King Street, 20 January, Buyer's Premium: 20/12%.The most expensive piece from the 26 lots offered from Endsleigh, the Devon cottage designed for the 6th Duke of Bedford was this 6ft (1.8m) wide carved oak side table designed c.1801-14 by Jeffry Wyatt, the architect responsible for the main decorative scheme at Endsleigh, and made by local cabinetmaker John Williams of Exeter.