Circa 1830, a late George IV scumbled pitch pine side table/wash stand. With ¾ gallery and a chamfered fore-edge above 2 narrow drawers with original knob handles. Standing on 4 turned and tapering legs, which are typical of that period. It has been scumbled on all sides except from the back (scumbling is a process of painting the piece of furniture and forming a decoration on the paint to simulate wood).
- Size 77 cm high x 90 cm high (with gallery) x 122 cm wide x 56 cm deep