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A fine quality early 19th century Regency period rosewood centre table, having intricate brass inlaid and brass edged circular top, raised on ebony and brass panelled triangular concave stem, supported on brass inlaid concave platform base ending on original gilt brass lion's paw feet with scrolled wing and shell decoration.


Centre tables, breakfast tables and dining tables, are all functional pieces of furniture used every day.  This example was certainly made to be seen and admired.  The figured rosewood top with its excellent colouring, is enhanced with intricately pierced inlaid brass.  It is very detailed and extremely fine work.  The beauty is not only in the top but the work on the base is classical in detail. The table is raised on superb heavy brass lion's paw feet with elaborate scrolled wing and shell decoration.


Tables of this quality would be found in an entrance hall, library/study and drawing room of an important city town house or major country residence.

Important Regency Period Rosewood Centre Table with fine brass inlay and mounts

SKU: 5622
  • Circa: 1820

    Material: Rosewood

    Country of Origin: England

  • Height: 28'' (71 CM)

    Width: 51¼'' (130 CM)

    Depth: 51¼'' (130 CM)

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