This is a lovely Georgian (c 1790) wine/occasional elm top and oak baluster column with silhouette profile legs. The table is simple in design yet exudes the elegance of the Georgian period in its simple country form with outstanding colour of the wood which has aged beautifully.
The table is an elegant statement of Georgian furniture with a great deal of history. The table shows the full character of the harmony and symmetry of this period surviving due to the quality of the craftsmanship and timbers used.
The table has a lovely rich colour throughout and it is possible to admire the features of each wood used for the top and column. The table stands on a delightful baluster column and tripod with silhouette profile legs. This item dates back to circa 1790
The table is very versatile and can be used in a variety of ways for example as a hall or table lamp. This table has mellowed with age and matured with beauty and will sit happily in any interiors.
Buying a piece of antique is for you to enjoy and it is a good investment.
Condition Reports: Some parts of the table like screws and the metal brackets at the bottom of the feet are not of the same period as the table. The top of the table has a slight warp due to the aging of the elm wood. In addition there are marks and discolouration of the wood that can be seen through the original polish. One of the feet – photographed, has a “shoe” missing in the form of a gap in the middle of the foot itself. There are various small dents along the column and feet. All of the above is mentioned for accuracy and believed to be a testimony of the age and use of this lovely antique piece. Please review carefully the photographs to see the items listed here.
H: 73 cm (28 3/4 inches); W: 58 cm (22 ¾ inches); D:49 cm (19 1/4 inches)
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