Circa 1830. A good William IV circular rosewood work table. The top in well figured rosewood with simple fore edge, hinged and opens to reveal a birds-eye maple interior with small fabric compartments. The work box beneath the lid is circular with a concave section with a dragooning which continues around the entire facing. Standing on an elegant turned and fluted tapering stem with a carved collar at the base, resting on a concave platform base with scrolling feet and concealed castors beneath.
- 76cm High x 50cm Diameter