In July 2007, Alexander’s relatives put the last of his effects up for auction. Amongst these was the table he had owned and used for teaching at his practice in Ashley Place, Victoria, London SW1.
Caroline was fortunate enough to secure this historical item.
Being in poor condition, the table was restored in London by Anderson & Walters, French Polishers and Restorers.
It is understood that the table was made in 1939 for Alexander by two of his pupils, the Crossly brothers who were carpenters. It is now a prized possession and is used in Caroline’s teaching practice.