A William IV rosewood tilt top breakfast / dining table dating circa 1830. The wood of the table has eye catching and unique rosewood grain and beautiful patina. It sits firmly on a hexagonal shaped column and collar on tri-form base with brass castors.
The table is in very good un-restored antique condition and ready to grace your home.
Condition report: The table is in very good un-restored antique condition with hardly any knocks or dents. There are two horizontal lines – when the table is tilted open, of the veneer that are visible.
H: 72 cm (28 1/2 inches); D: 122 cm (48 inches)
Tilt Open: H: 145 cm (57 inches)
Delivery to mainland UK is included in the price of this item. For the Highlands of Scotland and all other rural and remote areas in and outside the UK please contact us for our highly competitive rates.
Please contact us to receive our highly competitive international rates.
If you have any questions about this item or any other we are currently selling please do not hesitate to contact us
We consider all reasonable offers!