Antique William IV Carved Rosewood Canterbury (Circa 1830)
This is a superb quality antique small William IV caved rosewood Canterbury, circa 1830.
• Circa 1830
• Period William IV
• Provenance England, UK
• Wood Rosewood
• Item Canterbury
• Four carved & pierced partitions
• Carved floral and leaf pattern to front
• Single dovetailed drawer
• Baluster fluted legs
• Original brass castors
• Very pretty design
• Original polish patination
• Excellent condition
• Solid in joint
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This is a superb quality antique small William IV caved rosewood Canterbury, circa 1830. The Canterbury has four stunning shaped, splayed carved and pierced sections with elegantly turned spindles and floral carved fretwork panels as dividers which makes it ideal use for a modern day magazine or paper rack. Turned horizontal spindles connect each section. The front section has a stunning carved leaf and floral panel. Below, there is a single working mahogany lined and hand-dovetailed drawer. The drawer features the original turned knobs. The Canterbury sits on turned and fluted legs and terminated on the original brass cap castors. It has a rich rosewood colour with a striking grain, excellent patina, is in excellent condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.
The Canterbury features a rich dark brown colour. As it boasts the original polish, it has a fantastic colour and patination this can only be achieved through age and years of care and cleaning it has received.
This item would look great in the living room, hallway or bedroom of any house. This item would compliment any home so don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Height = 49.8cm or 19½” or 1ft 7½”
Width = 52.5cm or 20¾” or 1ft 8¾”
Depth = 38cm or 15” or 1ft 3”
Partition Gaps = 10.5cm or 4”