• Item: Oval Mahogany Coffee Table
• Circa: 1980
• Wood: Mahogany
• Cabinetmaker: Charles Barr, Norfolk
• Provenance: England, UK
• Style: Georgian / Regency
• Flame mahogany top
• Mahogany cross-banding
• Boxwood inlay
• Block moulded frieze
• Central turned pedestal stem
• Splayed legs
• Brass toe castors
• Superb quality
• Excellent original condition
• Solid in joint
• Free delivery to mainland England, Wales & southern Scotland*
• Free 14-day UK returns policy
This is a fine quality English Georgian Regency style oval mahogany coffee table, with flame mahogany & boxwood inlaid detail, circa 1980, by Charles Barr, in excellent original condition. The Regency style mahogany coffee table top is decorated with an elegant flame mahogany centre, set within mahogany cross-banding and a boxwood string inlay border. The Georgian coffee table incorporates a box frieze below, which has been designed with a moulded lip, which makes this a more substantial and decorative coffee table than those without. The oval mahogany coffee table stands on a turned central pedestal, supported by four splayed mahogany legs, terminating on solid brass top castors. The Georgian coffee table is constructed from top quality mahogany; it is solid in joint and ready to use.
The oval mahogany coffee table boast a rich red-brown mahogany colour. It has a lovely colour and patination; this can only be achieved through age and the years of care and cleaning they have received. The Regency coffee table would certainly grace any home, as it is extremely functional. So, don’t miss out on your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
The names of Charles Barr dates back well over 100 years to the latter part of the 19th century. It was in 1861 that a chair maker by the name of Charles Barr set up a workshop in the parish of Shoreditch in London. With the assistance of his three sons, the business flourished but it was the influence of Charles Barr’s youngest son, Ernest, that changed the company from a chair maker to a company specialising in what would have been considered to be furniture of the period drawing from inspiration from such designers as Robert Adams, George Hepplewhite, Thomas Sheraton & Thomas Chippendale. All items were handmade by traditional craftsmen. Everything from boardroom tables, office and bedroom, to complete one off bespoke items. Charles Barr Furniture was located in the Norwich area of Norfolk, England. Source: Charles Barr Mahogany Furniture Collection Brochure
This is a fine quality English Georgian Regency style oval mahogany coffee table, with flame mahogany & boxwood inlaid detail, circa 1980, by Charles Barr, in excellent original condition. The Regency coffee table has been cleaned and polished, by hand, to a professional standard in our workshop. Nominal old use marks to the leading edges and tops, but nothing significant considering the age of them. All brassware is present and in excellent condition. The oval coffee table is constructed from top quality solid oak mahogany timber. It is solid in joint; they do not wobble and are ready to use.
Height = 52.5cm / 20⅝” / 1ft 8⅝”
Width = 125.5cm / 49⅜”/ 4ft 1⅜”
Depth = 78.5cm / 30⅞”/ 2ft 6⅞”
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