This is a fantastic quality antique 4½ft William IV rosewood breakfast dining table, circa 1830 – 1840.
• Item Rosewood Breakfast Table
• Wood Rosewood
• Circa 1830 – 1840
• Period William IV
• Provenance English
• Rosewood studded frieze
• Central bulbous pedestal
• Waterfall carvings to base
• 3 finely carved lion paw feet
• Hinged table top
• Brass locking mechanism
• Perfectly figured rosewood veneer to top & base
• Seats 5 – 8 people
• Size 4’ 5” by 4’ 5”
• Solid in joint and very sturdy
• Superb quality
• Excellent colour / patination
This is a fantastic quality antique 4½ft William IV rosewood breakfast dining table, circa 1830 – 1840. The table base consists of a central shaped bulb terminating in waterfall carvings on a large central base which is supported by three finely carved lion paw feet. The whole table sits three original inset brass castors. All the carvings are perfectly matched (a sign of superb craftsmanship). The top is supported on a square rosewood base which boasts a brass locking mechanism (only used on the finest tables). The rosewood veneers on the top are beautifully figured, likewise those on the table frieze. The table top features a superb colour / patination. The table seats between 5 – 8 people and is sufficiently tall enough to fit your legs underneath. It is sufficiently wide to accommodate serving dishes in the centre of the table. The table can be stored away by lifting the top up.
This item would compliment any home so don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Height 74.7cm or 2’ 5½”
Length 135cm or 4’ 5”
Width 135cm or 4’ 5”
Knee Height 67cm or 2’ 2½”
The table is completely original. The table features the original top, base, pedestal, legs and castors. The table boasts a fantastic colour / patination. Nominal old use marks but nothing significant considering the age of the item. Free of wood worm, solid in joint and ready to use.