Catalogue No. 2081
This is an early 19th century (c.1840) early Victorian Pallisander occasional table. The table stands on slender turned legs that terminate with it's original brass socket castors. The table is fitted with a useful drawer to one end with a dummy drawer front to the opposing end. The table has a drop flap to each side, which when raised are held in place with a small pull out slide below the top. Pallisander wood is from the same family as rosewood but has a more subtle grain pattern and has a yellower colour and is usually only used on superior quality items of furniture. The table is in good clean condition throughout with only minor marks and blemishes commensurate with age and usage. The table is of excellent quality.
Width when flaps raised - 69cm, when flaps down 41cm
41 x 50 x 73 cm (W x D x H)