Regency Rosewood Centre Table
The top with matched butterfly veneer rosewood, the frieze encloses a single hidden drawer, over moulded pillar supports with scrolling detail, bun feet and inset brass castors, the turned stretcher carved with acanthus leaf. Described as a centre table because it is polished on all sides so it can stand in the middle of a room.
English, circa 1830
Condition: The rosewood veneer retains its original finish and beautiful tonal colour. Lovely condition throughout.