Circa 1830, William IV freestanding rosewood library table. The rectangular top with rounded corners has a gilt tooled maroon leather writing surface and moulded edges. Below is a frieze with a moulded geometric design, and stands on elaborate pierced carved trestle legs. The legs lead on to platform bases with fluted supports, which are connected by acanthus carved and geometric design stretcher.
- 78 cm high x 134 cm wide x 68 cm deep