Circa 1820, Anglo Indian solid rosewood circular breakfast table. The solid top with its reeded edge above a turned bezel. The under carriage has a crossover stretcher to hold the top in place and a metal locking arm and 2 pegs. There is a large block on which the table top sits on and beneath this a very stylish turned fluted column with acanthus leaves rising from the centre of it, a gadrooned section beneath this and various ring turnings as it tapers out onto a raised cut out platform base. The fore edge has a slight carving on it and the whole piece finishes on a stylised foot. There is a small bracket of carving beneath the foot which tapers in and follows the form of the base. Unusual to find a table of this size. Excellent colour and patination.
- 73.5cm high x 110cm diameter.