A handsome and fine quality early Victorian period rosewood library table, having a strikingly grained top raised on baluster turned and supports and short rosette carved cabriole legs, united by a triple C-scroll stretcher. Circa 1860.
Height 28” (72cm) Width 54” (137cm) Depth 28” (72cm)
Condition and Details of Restoration:
This table is in original untouched structural condition. The polish has been re-finished, by our own craftsmen, by hand in the traditional manner. There are some minor old marks underneath the polish as might be expected on examples of this age, as can be seen from the photographs.