Circa 1830. A good William IV rosewood library table. The rectangular table with rounded corners is polished on all sides making it free standing. To the front, there are two drawers in the frieze with stylish carved sections and simple beading beneath, with similar carvings on the faux drawers in the back. The table rests on two stout canon barrel tapering columns with a flared carved foliate collar to the base, all sitting on a platform base finishing with scrolling feet with concealed castors beneath. Good colour and patination.
- 75cm H, 130cm L, 68cm W