Circa 1870. A mid-Victorian oak country house hall table of desirable proportions. The raised and shaped back with a heraldic shield in the centre, the serpentine shaped top with a moulded fore-edge, the deep frieze with a drawer concealed in the centre, supported on a pair of elegant cabriole legs to the front, rectangular legs on the back and all resting on a platform base which follows the form of the top, with squat bun feet beneath. Great colour and patination.
- 104cm High, 117cm Wide, 41cm Deep