An Early Unusual 18th Century Painted Simulated Burr Side/Hall Table, Possibly American Colonial
An Early Unusual 18th Century Painted Simulated Burr Side/Hall Table, Possibly American Colonial
An Early Unusual 18th Century Painted Simulated Burr Side/Hall Table, Possibly American Colonial
An Early Unusual 18th Century Painted Simulated Burr Side/Hall Table, Possibly American Colonial
An Early Unusual 18th Century Painted Simulated Burr Side/Hall Table, Possibly American Colonial

An Early Unusual 18th Century Painted Simulated Burr Side/Hall Table, Possibly American Colonial

1720 Unknown

Offered by Raymond Horneman

£1,950 gbp
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A highly unusual 18th century painted simulated burr/walnut wood table ca. 1720. The dimensions are also unusual as it stands slightly higher than usual at 30 inches high with legs terminating in very abstracted hoofed feet. This is a charming table with a very lovely decorative apron on the front freeze. The painted surface is in very good condition. We prevaricate between suggesting the table is American (Colonial) or possibly Scandinavian. There are two lovely brass handles and a functioning drawer. Interestingly the back side of the table is also painted even though it is designed to stand against a wall.
Good. Infinitesimally small paint losses which are hard to discern.
Dimensions
Height 30.00 inch (76.20 cm)
Width 27.50 inch (69.85 cm)
Depth 21.50 inch (54.61 cm)
Medium
wood, metal
Raymond Horneman

Raymond Horneman
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