William IV Rosewood Bow Ended Writing Table – PJ1112

A delightful and fine quality William IV period rosewood small writing table having an inset leather covered central writing slope on adjustable ratchet, flanked by two bow end compartments with lift-up lids, above a slim central frieze drawer with turned knob handles, and raised on twin end supports united by a stretcher with leather covered foot pad.

Circa 1835.

Height 30″ (76cm) Width 45” (114cm) Depth 21” (53cm)


Condition and Details of Restoration:
This item is in completely sound original 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 an item of this age. The leather inset bears marks of use, and may even be original; it has certainly been in place for some time. The leather cover to the footpad has been replaced.