Unusual High Quality Victorian Rosewood Arts And Crafts Occasional Table

£695.00

This High Quality Victorian Rosewood Table Is Unusual and Would Make the Ideal Wine Table circa, 1890.

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Unusual High Quality Victorian Rosewood Arts And Crafts Occasional Table

This High Quality Victorian Rosewood Table Is Unusual and Would Make the Ideal Wine Table circa, 1890.  With a beautifully figured circular top with moulded edge above elegant upright supports and splayed legs.  The lower tier has a brass gallery, designed for holding a bottle of wine and three spinning glass holders to compliment accordingly.  The rosewood has aged to a warm rich shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height:71cm / 28 inches

Diameter: 61cm / 24 inches

Ref  No : 06545

 

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