Catalogue No. 2282
This is an early 18th century (c.1730) Georgian oak lowboy/side-table. The table is fitted with two deep and a single shallow drawer, forming a knee-hole. The drawers and top are cross-banded in oak, giving a subtle decorative effect. The drawers are fitted with engraved plate handles. The lowboy stands on cabreole legs, terminating with pointed toes (sometimes called slipper feet - an earlier version of the more common rounded pad foot). The lowboy is in good clean condition throughout with only the odd minor mark commensurate with age and usage. There are some old extinct/treated woodworm holes to the drawer linings.
Height to centre of knee-hole - 66cm
105 x 65 x 80 cm (W x D x H)