Circa 1920, unusual long narrow mahogany side table probably by Whytock & Reid of Edinburgh, with a wrap around gallery top above a simple apron and a stretcher which runs around the entire piece. It is supported on the front by two upright struts and similar ones on the back. The cross stretcher has a slight shaping at the side and small quarter brackets on each end. The undershelf is the same shape as the top but is cut in to wrap around the legs. Standing on square legs with rounded corners on squat trestle ends. Polished on both sides making the table freestanding.
- 90cm high x 100cm wide x 32cm deep.