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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "Solid ebony hexagonal Centre table"
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Underneath the hexagonal top is a frieze consisting of turned & carved satinwood decoration in the form of stylised flowers.
Below this are moulded arched rails between the legs, each with a central applied satinwood decoration.
The tops of the legs also have a larger version of this applied satinwood decoration.
The solid ebony barley twist legs stand on a block moulded foot with applied, turned satinwood oval decoration.
This piece is very rare & condsidering the quality, it is unusual not to find a makers' stamp.
Although this piece appears to be of Colonial origin with the use of ebony & satinwood, the construction of the piece is English. It has oak corner blocks at the back of the rails & the top of the legs. It has the look of a Pugin style piece of furniture.
This table came from a Country house in East Anglia which had connections with Colonial areas, such as India in the 18thc & 19thc.
This table is very unusual & would look stunning in an interior, both old or new.
|Height||74.00 cm||(29.13 inches)|
|Width||150.00 cm||(59.06 inches)|
|Depth||129.50 cm||(50.98 inches)|