Circa 1900, nest of four Chinese rosewood (huanghuali) occasional tables. The rectangular tops have a beaded border, above a stylish open carved apron on all three sides except for the smallest table which is finished on all four sides. The tables stand on square tapering legs – the largest tables with shaped stretchers on the sides and back and the smallest tables has stretchers on all four sides. Wonderful shape and style, almost Western in its simplicity. Excellent colour and patination.
- Largest 66cm high x 44cm wide x 32cm deep