Circa 1880. A good George II style oak and mahogany inlaid lowboy. The rectangular top in finely figured oak with chevron inlay, mahogany banding and double moulded fore-edge. With an unusual and stylish configuration of five narrow drawers, each with similar inlay to the top and drop handles with engraved backplates. There is a presentation plaque beneath the central drawer, the front and sides with a stylish shaped frieze resting on four cabriole legs with quarter brackets and finishing on a pad foot. The table has excellent colour and patination.
- 75cm High x 96cm Wide x 52cm Deep