Striking Victorian Rosewood Barley Twist Antique Writing Table

£1,295.00

Striking Victorian Rosewood Barley Twist Antique Writing Table

This Striking early 19th Century Victorian Rosewood Barley Twist Antique Writing Table dates from ca. 1840 and has the most stunning figured serpentine shaped top above a frieze with central concealed drawer, has spectacular tuned barley twist upright supports and cross stretchers and stands on splayed legs.

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Striking Victorian Rosewood Barley Twist Antique Writing Table

This Striking early 19th Century Victorian Rosewood Barley Twist Antique Writing Table dates from ca. 1840 and has the most stunning figured serpentine shaped top above a frieze with central concealed drawer, has spectacular tuned barley twist upright supports and cross stretchers and stands on splayed legs. This fine antique writing table is a warm rich Rosewood shade with a striking grain, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 71 cm / 28 inches

Width: 110 cm / 43.5 inches

Depth: 60 cm / 23.5 inches

Ref No: 07266

 

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