Circa 1930, unusual pair of tall pedestals (adapted). The pagoda shaped tops with a moulded edge above a concave section and a reeded and gadrooned fore edge on the front and sides. Beneath this there is a single full length drawer with cockbeading and a very stylish cast brass drop handle with a circular pierced back plate. Beneath this there is a single cupboard with an oval panel on the front. On the inside there is a single shelf in one and a shelf and pull out drawer in the other. Beneath the doors there is an apron with a beaded edge and the whole piece stands on four stylish carved cabriole legs with foliate carving on the quarter blocks, carving on the knees and a very stylish ball and claw foot. The pedestals are clean, sturdy and would make good side tables or lamp tables.
- 111cm high x 51cm wide x 42cm deep.