Continental centre table in the Louis XVI style
the brass bound top with mahogany parquetry trellis with box and ebony stringing, amboyna banding, the whole decorated with brass ormolu mounts, a single frieze drawer complete with original key, stands on square tapering legs terminating in ormolu mounts, with swept stretcher issuing from a central circular boss
Continental, circa 1880
Jardine Hall, Applegirth, Dumfriesshire, Scotland (demolished 1964)
The property of Sir William Jardine of Applegirth, 9th Bt (grandson of the famous ornithologist of the same name.
Purchased to furnish the 6 large additions to the house completed in 1890’s by Architect Edward J. May.
Condition: Fabulous original condition, the mahogany with rich warm hues and the ormolu mounts in excellent condition.
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