Circa 1870, beautiful Victorian burr walnut breakfast table of neat proportions. The oval shaped top has matching quarter veneers and unusual ebonised boxwood inlay and banding. The top has a lovely moulded edge, and again the apron has inlay of boxwood and ebony. The carcass of the table is mahogany and all the screw holes have been enclosed with mahogany plugs. The piece stands on four stylish turned and carved columns which finish in a centre piece with a large carved finial. From this platform extends four elegant swept feet which are sabre in style, reeded, and finish on a block toe with a Greek key pattern. Beneath this are brass and white porcelain castors. Beneath the platform base is also another finial. The whole piece is in excellent condition, is sturdy and would seat four people comfortably.
- 72cm high x 90cm wide x 122cm long (4ft).