A fine, elegant George III period Rosewood Library table dating from c 1810. The table is free standing, being designed to stand away from the wall and finished all round. The rectangular top with rounded corners and Satinwood stringing above a frieze containing two drawers and one false drawer on one side and two false and one true drawer on the other, the drawers running the width of the table and having original brass handles and escutcheons, and with Satinwood strung edges. Below, the supports in columnal trestle form standing on sabre legs terminating in original brass lions paw casters and united by a turned stretcher with swirling decorative support. Good condition and displaying beautiful mellow colour with various minor marks, scratches etc consistent with age and use. The decorative segment of two handles have sustained some damage over the years but I have not replaced these as the handles are fully functional and are original.  2750

Dimensions:157 cm wide, 69 cm deep, 73 cm high