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Fine late C18th George III period mahogany neo-classical design elliptical pier or side table in the manner of Robert Adam , with reputed important provenance.
Fine late C18th George III period mahogany neo-classical design elliptical pier or side table in the manner of Robert Adam , with reputed important provenance. Elegantly-proportioned pier table standing upon square section tapering legs terminating with tapered moulded-section block feet. The frieze applied with exceptionally well-carved oval 'sun-flower head' paterae above the waist moulding on the tops of the leg-stiles. The carved ovals deriving inspiration from classical antiquity, alluding to the lyrical poetry of Apollo and the Roman "Temple of Peace" and "Temple of Concord". The gently swept silhouette and outline of the frieze with well-chosen figured veneers. The elliptical top with equally well-figured timber which has achieved a good rich patina and colour.
Provenance.
By descent from a local Worcestershire family , by repute having been purchased in 1948 at auction of residual furniture and effects from 'Croome Court', Worcestershire , the neo-Palladian mansion seat of the Earls of Coventry. An auction was conducted by the local firm of "Bentley,Hobbs & Mytton" on Tuesday December 7th 1948 upon the premises. This sale comprised the remaining contents of the house, the major and important contents having been sold by auction at Sotheby's ,London in June 1948. Our research has not identified an exact description to match this table in the records of the furnishings supplied to Croome Court by the leading cabinet-making firms of Chippendale , Vile&Cobb, France&Bradburn ,and Mayhew&Ince,to the designs of Robert Adam. However, it is also known that large quantities of further 'antique' furniture and effects were acquired in the early C20th by the 9th Earl of Coventry and added to the house. Much of this 'added' furniture was purchased with his winnings on his travels following visits to race-courses around the country (see Sara Kay* study for National Trust "Croome Redefined " p. 276). Indeed the original scheme was 'over-furnished' by the 9th Earl and an eclectic mix filled the Court.
It is therefore possible , if not part of the original Adam scheme, that this late C18th period table was added to the collection during this era. To support this reputed provenance further, we have searched the Bentley Hobbs & Mytton catalogue of June 1948 and identified a possible entry for this table. Lot number 868 lists an "Antique mahogany table on square legs" (though the stated dimensions differ) as forming part of the contents of "The Green Dining Room" . This attribution is further supported by the faintly scripted word "Green" on the rear frame of the table. The "Green Dining Room" was a later decorative scheme designed by the 9th Earl , altering part of the original design for the house from the "Dining Parlour".
Importantly also, Sarah Kay's * extensive study of Croome also notes : "It is interesting to compare the inventory taken upon the death of the 9th Earl in 1930 with that of the 6th Earl in 1809. It lists similar quantities of mahogany furniture...including a bow-front side table". This obviously suggests the table could indeed be part of the original scheme and possibly overlooked for the London sale, possibly because of its restrained simplicity.This table is of high quality and undoubtedly from a premier London workshop of the Adam period, and although provenance cannot be further established by documentation , it is a probability that the family's reputed provenance of "the Croome table" is correct and that the table has remained in the Worcestershire area since its purchase in 1948 .(Copies of research and sources available)
*Sarah Kay "Croome Re-defined" . A study for National Trust.
The Scottish neo-classical architect and designer Robert Adam (1728-1792) was instructed by George William, 6th Earl of Coventry to update the design of the interior of Croome Court in 1760 . Excellent original condition ,with rich patina and colour.
H.33.5" x D.23.5" x W.63" . England c.1770
Ref: MLTH 1603
Price: £32,000





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Pair of C19th Neo-classical design pier tables incorporating C18th 'Portoro' marble tops.
Pair of C19th Neo-classical design pier tables incorporating C18th 'Portoro' marble tops .

Concieved in the 'antique manner' of the late C18th when a rebirth of classicism took place , "neo-classicism" ,drawing its influence and design from the classical worlds of Ancient Greece and Rome .

The serpentine outline tables of bold architectural form , with deeply fluted friezes and severely tapering fluted supports terminating in moulded block feet . The frieze featuring a rectangular central tablet with carved swag decoration in the classical style .
The stiles at the tops of the legs with well-carved "Apollo Sun-flower" paterae , again evoking and influenced by ,the ancient Empires and structures such as the 'Temple of Peace' from the Roman Forum .

Decorated in worn 'stone' or creamy-white paint , supporting the shaped and moulded edge C18th 'Portoro' marble slab tops .

Portoro being a black-and-gold figured marble that originates in Italy , favoured in the late C18th .

The design resonates from the drawings and designs of the leading English architects and exponents of Neo-classicism in the C18th , such as Robert Adam or Sir William Chambers.

Excellent powerfully-designed pair of pier or console tables with the presence ,style and impact of important tables from the C18th period .

It is highly likely that these C19th bases were produced to replicate the lost or damaged C18th originals in order to encompass the use of the period marble tops.

Strong , robust condition with no losses. The patina of the frames in imitation of C18th decoration.
The marble tops with evidence of minor historic restorations, though uncompromised .

H 32"
W 40"
D 21"
England c. 1850
Ref: ML168
Price: £12,500





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Fine early C19th Regency period ladies 'work-table' inlaid with specimen wood veneers.
Fine early C19th Regency period ladies 'work-table' inlaid with specimen wood veneers. Exceptional quality sewing table decorated with exotic specimen wood veneers. Tables of this type became exceedingly fashionable during the early C19th , and this premium quality example was without doubt supplied as a bespoke piece by a leading cabinet-maker . The top inlaid with a lozenge/diamond design and quartered corners featuring exotic timbers such as palm/palmaletta, rosewood, burr-maple, satinwood , coromandel ,ebony and others. The work 'basket' and frame are veneered in burr-maple and rosewood ,whilst the legs, linings and carcass are mahogany. Both the shallow frieze drawer and the basket are lined in original red paper. The top has an ebony mould surround. The finely-turned legs terminating in brass cup-castors.

The use of the exotic timbers ,quality of workmanship and design all point to a probable attribution to Gillow's of Lancaster. It is recorded that sets of 4 and 5 nesting tables in exotic wood veneers were supplied by Gillow (see Christies Sale no.6548 Lot no. 116 ) whilst a specimen wood work-box of this genre featuring 72 woods and made for Miss Giffard of Nerquis, is in The Judges' Lodgings Museum Lancaster made by Robert Gillow and Bros.of Lancaster in 1808 (see Susan E.Stuart "Gillows of Lancaster and London" Vol.II pp 139-149).

Wonderful quality rare and sophisticated table in excellent original, first-class condition.
Provenance:from a local deceased Worcestershire estate.
H 28"
L 25"
W 15".
England c.1810
Ref: MLFSL 148
Price: £12,500





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Matched mid-Victorian suite of ormolu-mounted Circassian burr-walnut and figured-walnut tables , comprising of a closely-matched 'pair' of gaming/card tables and an en-suite single-drawer writing table or bureau-plat.
Matched mid-Victorian suite of ormolu-mounted Circassian burr-walnut and figured-walnut tables , comprising of a closely-matched 'pair' of gaming/card tables and an en-suite single-drawer writing table or bureau-plat.

High-quality English-made walnut tables in the French Louis XV/XVI taste . All raised on fine cabriole-legged supports ,of shaped serpentine form with kingwood and amboyna bandings and edges ,mounted with finely-cast rococo-style ormolu mounts .

The matched pair of card tables with variances to the ormolu sabots to the feet and minor differences to castings. The cross-banded hinged ,folding ,swivel-tops with original baize-lined playing surfaces ,velvet edges and polished interiors . One table having kingwood banding around the baize. Variances to choice of burr and figured veneers , but both tables of matching dimensions and form .
Circassian walnut (Juglans Regia) originating from Eastern Europe and Asia displays the strong characteristics of tight burr grain and dark figuring , and is favoured by cabinet-makers for its quality .

The writing table with single concealed frieze drawer with mahogany lining . Again of shaped serpentine form with closely matching ormolu mounts to the cabriole legs. Finely-figured and burr walnut top with moulded edges and corners and quarter-veneered cross-banded top .

Excellent original colour and patina . No repairs ,damage or losses.

Purchased by us from a local property, having been assembled as a suite of tables by the previous owners during the first quarter of the C20th, and forming a wonderful group .(3 pieces)

Probably made by the highly-esteemed cabinet-making firm, Gillows of Lancaster and London .

Pair of Card tables W. 40" x D. 24" x H. 29"
Writing table. W. 39" x D. 24" x H. 29"

England c. 1870

Ref: ML 164
Price: £9,000





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Early C19th Regency mahogany dining table in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster.
Early C19th Regency mahogany dining table in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster. Highly practical and adaptable drop-leaf centre dining table of 3 sections raised upon 12 finely-turned and shaped legs. The twin D-ends raised upon original brass socket castors. The drop-leaf centre section with double gate-action to each leaf which provides a stable platform when open to secure to the D-ends with the original brass sockets and forks.
Highly-quality manufacture throughout with cock-beaded rule joints between all the elements to achieve an excellent fit when clipped together. The design and grade of timber offering a strong attribution to the workshops of Gillows of Lancaster , although not signed.

A good practical dining table with a completely flat top when fully extended. Could be used in a variety of forms to suit different occasions and functions. Adapting as 2 side tables and a drop-leaf supper table when not required in full form.

Comfortable 10-seater dining table when fully-extended. The turned legs being inset to the frame to aid comfort of seating and the shallow frieze offering good leg-room.

All original throughout . Variations to colour through exposure to sun-light , the slightly darker drop-leaves having been less used , however it has the original surface and has achieved a pleasing lightly-faded mellow patina.
Some marks and old scratches to polish and surface commensurate with age and use , but crucially retaining its original 'skin' and polished surface.
W 48"
L (full) 100"
L (leaves down)64"
H 29"
Depth of frieze inc.top 4.5"
England c.1820
Ref: MLTH 163
Price: £7,800





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C19th Regency period mahogany twin-pillar dining table.
C19th Regency period mahogany twin-pillar dining table with 2 leaves on 3-splay bases with turned columns .

Supported on well-turned pedestal columns with triple moulded sabre-legs.

Has 1 extra original leaf + 1 additional well-matched period timber leaf extension, together with detachable twin-support action.

The leaf options create a highly versatile dining table to comfortably seat up to 8 to 10 people ,or can be reduced to a compact 'breakfast table' size.

The classic design offering comfortable seating with both good leg-room and height, for accommodating both chair and diner.

Good original colour ,finish and condition. Minor marks and stains to surface commensurate with age , use and purpose.

Fitted with all original fork-type brass clips and sockets .

Very elegant table with moulded legs and brass lions-claw castors .

H 30"
W 48"
L 48" (+ 69 " + 90" with leaves ) .
England c.1820
Ref: MLDN 29
Price: £6,200





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Exceptional late C18th George III period Sheraton-design mahogany 'chevrette' or writing table of rare form.
Exceptional late C18th George III period Sheraton-design mahogany 'chevrette' or writing table of rare form .

High quality table after a Thomas Sheraton design of free-standing construction , simulated drawer to front frieze and polished all round . Removable/lift-off bookcase top and drawer section with hooped carrying arm and baize-lined bottom edge. The easel-action reading slope with ratchet and gilded brass hinges, with removable reeded mahogany book-rest located into ivory-lined location holes.

All complete with original steel keys and fitted with all original turned ivory drawer pulls and diamond-shaped ivory escutcheons.

The ends fitted with drawers , one with conventional opening , the other of swivel-action hinged demi-lune form opening to reveal pen-tray ,ink-bottles and divided compartments.

Fine grade of mahogany with box-wood stringing throughout.
Shaped under-tier platform with conforming box-wood string inlay.
Raised on square-section box-wood strung legs , terminating in original brass box castors.

In excellent original condition throughout.
Excellent original colour and rich patina.

A wonderful example of a piece of classic late C18th Sheraton restrained-design furniture.
Clearly the work of a high-class London cabinet-maker , probably by George Seddon & Sons or Gillows. Both firms were renowned for their quality cabinet-making and prolific out-put during the last quarter of the C18th.

Some minor historic marks and scratches to top , commensurate with age and use.


("Gillows Furniture Designs 1760-1800 " by Lindsay Boynton,
illustrates a pencil sketch for a similar "Shevret" (sic) fig. no. 150., of less complicated form.)

Provenance: Property of a Worcestershire gentleman.

H (full) 45"
H (table top) 29"
W 24"
D 16"
England c.1790
Ref: ML 166
Price: £5,250





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Early C19th Regency period brass-inlaid rosewood fold-over 'tea' table.
Early C19th Regency period brass-inlaid rosewood fold-over 'tea' table. Superb quality figured rosewood fold-over table with 'fleur-de-lys' style inlay to frieze and corners , brass stringing throughout , and central frieze panel of intricate cut-brass design . The D-shaped top raised upon a concave quadripartite base with hipped sabre-leg supports and brass box-toe castors. Polished timber and brass-inlaid all around , of free-standing form when opened. Brass-mounted stylish shaped pillar support . Great mellow patina with minor blemishes to polish of top , whilst the polished interior retains its original dark, rich colour. Swivel-action top revealing concealed compartment panelled interior and the mahogany construction of the table frame.

Top quality table of high Regency design in first-class condition, and entirely original state.

Provenance: from a local deceased Worcestershire estate.
H 29"
W 36"
D 18".
England c.1815
Ref: MLFSL 148
Price: £4,250





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Early C19th George IV period mahogany serving/console table.
Early C19th George IV period mahogany serving/console table. Boldly proportioned mahogany serving table fitted with 3 frieze drawers, raised on tapering reeded supports of unusual form with turned top-sections and rounded terminal feet. Wonderful rich patina throughout , with well-figured single-piece top above a heavily-moulded edge. All panelled friezes with shaped moulded detail .
The style of the table taking its inspiration from Classical Greek and Roman antiquity and architecture, the 'slab' design top alluding to a marble equivalent. A fashionable genre of design popularised by the classically-inspired drawings from the leading exponents of the period such as Thomas Hope ,Charles Heathcote-Tatham and Henry Holland.

Excellent original colour and condition . Completely flat with no splits, damage or restoration ,and of strong, robust construction.

The drawers fitted with quality old replacement oval ring-handles with decorative back-plates.

Cleaned and waxed.
H 35"
W 72"
D 29"
England c. 1825
Ref: ML1601
Price: £4,200





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Early C19th Regency period brass-inlaid rosewood sofa table in the manner of George Oakley.
Early C19th Regency period brass-inlaid rosewood sofa table in the manner of George Oakley. An elegantly designed table in selected well-figured rosewood veneers with brass stringing and cut-brass inlays. Raised upon four hipped sabre-leg supports from a concave-shaped platform with 4 turned columnar supports . The brass castors of a distinctive oak-leaf and acorn design , probably alluding to its manufacture in the workshops of the celebrated London Regency-period cabinet-maker George Oakley (1760-1841). Established in Bond Street and patronised by the Prince Regent ,and later as King George IV, Oakley was re-knowned for his fashionable use of brass 'buhl'(sic)/marquetry type inlay and elements of Grecian antiquity style. The brass inlay to the top with 'fleur-de-lys' and 'clover-leaf' type motifs and scroll decoration. Of free-standing form, the front frieze fitted with 2 assymetrical mahogany-lined drawers with intricately brass-inlaid centre reserve panel , with 'mirrored' "dummy" arrangement to the reverse. The twin drop-flaps each supported on double shaped brass-inlaid folding 'fly' supports. A fine quality table of excellent rich colour and in original condition, has been cleaned and waxed in our workshops. No breaks ,repairs, warps or losses.
W 35"
W(extended) 60"
D 26"
H 28.5"
England c.1815
Ref: MLBO151
Price: £3,900





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C19th Regency period gilt-wood console table.
C19th Regency period gilt-wood console table. Original mirror inset back with simulated faux 'portoro' marble base and 'nero marquina' marble top (old repair).Wonderful soft colour original gilding on well-carved corbel supports with hare-bells and rosettes .Carved classical anthemion freize details.
Fragment makers label " ..carvers and gilder..and convex " to panelled reverse. Possibly label of ,and made by Thomas Fentham of London .
H 34"
D 15"
W 51".
England c.1815
Ref: ML 926
Price: £3,800





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Fine late C18th George III Sheraton period mahogany centre or 'drum' table of rare design.
Fine late C18th George III Sheraton period mahogany centre or 'drum' table of rare design .

Elegant free-standing centre table of small proportions , following the designs and influences of Thomas Sheraton (1751-1806).

The square cross-banded top with shaped ,rounded 're-entrant' corners with box-wood strung 'framed' vignette panels , the friezes fitted with a single full-length double-sided drawer (opens in both directions) and opposing twin 'dummy' drawers , all with cross-banding and box-wood strung edges . The finely-made mahogany drawer linings with quarter-cut dust-bead corners. All sides fitted with original cast gilt-brass knobs, the key-hole escutcheons with diamond /lozenge shaped inlay . The lower edge with ebony and satin-wood/box-wood line.

Raised on an inverted 'umbrella' type 4-splay base with box-wood stringing , fitted with original brass box castors .

The octagonal facetted and gently tapering central column support with conforming box-wood strung edge detail .

In excellent original condition .

Fine patina and colour with a well-chosen figured mahogany top.

An outstanding example of elegant and restrained late C18th furniture design .

Has the original steel key.

H 28"
W 20"
D 20"
England c.1790
Ref: ML 17 01
Price: £3,800





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C19th Regency rosewood centre table
C19th Regency period cross-banded rosewood centre table . Good colour and original condition . Carved "Prince of Wales Feathers " column and carved classical motif feet with original brass castors. Deep cross-banding with gilt-brass bead to lower edge of frieze.
Dia. 50 "
H 28 ".
England c.1810.
Ref: ML 139
Price: £3,750





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Mid C18th George II period mahogany centre/side table
Mid C18th George II period mahogany centre/side table. Of free-standing form , cabriole-legged centre-table on pad feet . Well-drawn elegant mid-Georgian period table with oblong moulded edge top above a cavetto frieze. Slender cabriole supports united by a 'cross-grain' moulded-edge frieze (some minor old replaced sections).

Good rich patina with some marks to top commensurate with age and use. .
H 30"
W 34"
D 21"
England c.1740
Ref: MLJG 155
Price: £3,500





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C18th George III Chippendale period and design mahogany centre/pier table with marble top.
C18th George III Chippendale period and design mahogany centre/pier table with marble top . Of free-standing form (ie. finished /polished all-around),rectangular marble-topped mahogany-framed pier table . Fitted with an apparently original 'Verde Antico' or 'Verde Mare' ,highly-figured marble slab top (1" thick).
Standing upon square-section legs with inside chamfer detail, the veneered frieze with heavy moulding lip beneath the top ,and beaded moulding on 'waist'.
The corners of the legs all fitted with a Chippendale "Gothic" design open shaped angular bracket 'spandrels'.
Excellent colour and patina to the timber ,and strong frame .
The underside fitted with a central support bearer for the marble top. Minor chips to bottom edges of marble top.

Good ,classic ,simple CI8th design and a useful scale period table which could be used in numerous ways and settings.
H 30.5"
W 43"
D 25"
England c.1760
Ref: MLBO 10
Price: £3,300





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C19th William IV period mahogany circular extending dining table with extra leaf.
C19th William IV period mahogany circular extending dining table with extra leaf .

Superb quality mahogany table with a 'split-pod' opening carved base with well-carved bulbous capstan column support onto shaped legs terminating in impressive lion's paw feet with claw detail.

The pull-out action mechanism with oak runners and fitted with circular brass 'twist' clip fixings to secure the top . The whole table , including the original spare extension leaf fitted with an elegant shallow frieze .

The table has benefitted from an expensive highly professional re-polish some 10 years ago , as is in excellent ready-to-use condition. Strong , sturdy table of good proportions and presence.

Good rich colour thoughout.

H 29"
H(to bottom of frieze)26"
Diameter(closed) 54"
Length (with leaf) 82"
Depth of leaf 28"
England c.1835
Ref: ML 1704
Price: £3,250





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Early C19th French Empire-style mahogany console/pier table
Early C19th French Empire-style mahogany console/pier table.

Turned white marble front column supports with chased brass mounts ,fitted inset mirror-back and freize drawer.

Concave plinth base . White figured marble top.

Rich colour timber with nice quality Empire-style chased mounts.


H 34"
D 16"
W 32".
France c. 1820
Ref: MLBO 32
Price: £2,900





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Early C19th George IV period 'pull-out' action extending mahogany dining table with 3 original extra leaves .
Early C19th George IV period 'pull-out' action extending mahogany dining table with 3 original extra leaves .

In completely original condition , an excellent early nineteenth century extending mahogany dining table of highly adaptable format . Raised on 4 carved and fluted legs with a carved lobed top section , terminating onto 'ball' feet having original concealed wooden castors beneath .The whole table with a simple 'thumb-moulded' edge. Superb strong easy-opening pull-out mahogany framed box-section extending action , which can be fitted with any combination of the 3 original leaves


The frieze with 'stepped-out' corners around the legs and a profile moulding around the lower edge .The 3 leaves each fitted with locating dowels or pegs .The whole table is in completely flat condition with no warps, splits or movement .

The 3 leaves of a darker patination and with a variance of colour to the table ,having not been in regular use or exposed to sun-light . The table top end sections with some historic marks and 'scars' beneath the original polish , but crucially retains its original 'skin' and finish . Has a good mellow patinated colour .

A highly practical dining table of useful scale and proportion , quality design and construction from a well-chosen superior grade of mahogany .

Would comfortably acommodate 12 diners when fully opened .

H 30"
W 50"
D 54"
Length (fully opened) 104"
Leaf insert individual measurements:-
1. 17.5"
2. 17.5"
3. 15"
England c.1830
Ref: ML 1611
Price: £2,750





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C19th mid-Victorian period figured and burr walnut library 'drum' table.
C19th mid-Victorian period figured and burr walnut library 'drum' table. Fitted with 4 opposing mahogany-lined frieze drawers all retaining original turned knob pulls ,and mounted upon a carved baluster vase column base with 3-splay carved cabriole leg supports fitted with concealed original brass castors. Thumb-moulded edge top fitted with a quality replacement hand-tooled gilt and 'blind'-tooled burgundy/claret leather insert with sympathetically aged surface. The rich burgundy leather centre with gilded band of outer classically-inspired motifs, an inner gold Iine and large central 'blind' motif , provides an arresting combination and contrast with the beautifully figured walnut veneered border.
The quality walnut veneers are of highly-figured and burr grain , whilst the base is carved from solid walnut .
A robustly constructed table on which top quality materials have been employed.
This table has been fully re-polished and refurbished in the traditional manner in our workshops.

A great hall ,library or centre table in ready-to-use condition.

Dia. 44"
Depth of top 5.5"
H 29.5"
England c.1860
Ref: ML1510
Price: £2,650





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Pair of late C19th French rosewood 'petite commodes' or 'tables en chiffoniere' with "Chinoiserie" marquetry inlay.
Pair of late C19th French rosewood 'petite commodes' or 'tables en chiffoniere' with "Chinoiserie" marquetry inlay .

Elegant pair of Louis XV style marquetry inlaid tables , each fitted with 3 oak-lined drawers with gilded rococo-style escutcheons , fitted with sabots to the feet and brass-mounted edges both to the tops and the platform below.

Each raised on cabriole supports with cross-banded edges , and of serpentine outline . The tops , lower tiers , sides and drawer fronts all inlaid with fantastical 'Chinese' scenes of landscapes with pagodas , figures, bridges, boats and exotic birds. The marquetry-work comprising of various fruit-woods , satinwood and exotic wood inlays .

Of free-standing form , with polished backs .

Minor differences to design of marquetry and mixes of timber within the designs indicating the individually hand-made nature of the tables.

Minor colour differences to patina of metalware through exposure to sunlight. One table has a dark mark beneath the original polished surface to the reverse side (shown).

In overall excellent condition .
Cleaned and waxed , ready to use . Minor marks commensurate with age and use.
Could be used equally well as bedside or lamp tables , or in a reception / drawing-room scheme .

Highly decorative and smart pair of practical tables conceived in the C18th taste.
Each table with an original elaborately-cast key to operate the locks fitted on each drawer.

W 17"
D 12"
H 28"
France c. 1890
Ref: ML 168
Price: £2,400



 
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