Circa 1890. A late Victorian unusual two-tier narrow hall or serving table. The solid mahogany top with moulded fore edge on all sides and a simple frieze. The table is polished on all sides making it free standing, there is a shelf beneath with a simple moulded fore edge held in place by 6 stylish shaped supports. The lower tier has a simple frieze and a downward facing finial all resting on four cabriole legs finishing on a curled foot.
- 82cm High x 153cm Wide x 53cm Deep