A superb Charles II ( 1660 /1685 ) Double oak gate leg table.Beautiful patina oval top with drawers cat either end standing on a fully turned base of urn- knopped barley-twist legs and pairs of gates, united by barley- twist stretchers.
75 cm high by 190cm by 145 cmMore Details →
A very attractive French dinning table the top is Walnut with the base being oak and the underneath stretcher is fruit wood. This is quite common as the local village cabinet maker would use what timber he had available at the time. Great colour is 2000mm long by 830mm wide and 760mm highMore Details →
An Italian Gueridon table, These tables originated in France in middle of the C17th. The supports for the early Gueridon were often modelled on African , ancient Egyptian, Greek human figures. While originally a humble table for the purpose of holding a candlestick or vase, they could also be a high style decorative piece of court furniture. At Versailles there were several hundred of them and within a generation they had taken an infinity of forms ,columns, tripods, termini and mythological figures. This is a C19th copy with gilded wood work and faux marble top. A stunning feature piece .
1140mm in dia and 800mm highMore Details →