Circa 1830, William IV mahogany jardinière. The top has a shaped mahogany bezel, with brass handles and the body of the piece is tulip shaped. The brass insert follows the shape of the individual splats, which taper down. This body stands on a turned, fluted tapering stem which ends in a carved feature of petals looking like an upside down flower head. The jardinière has a raised platform base, with concave sections. It sits on 4 well-formed, carved scrolling feet. This Dutch piece looks as if it has been made in the British style.
- 54 cm x 40 cm x 40 cm