AN EARLY VICTORIAN SATINWOOD INLAID ROSEWOOD TILT TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, ENGLISH, EARLY/MID 19TH CENTURY,
in the transitional taste moving away from William IV (1830-1837) to the more eclectic Victorian taste; the rectangular top with inlaid ribbon chain and applied bobbin turned trim over a short flat string inlaid skirt, the top tilting with pull mechanism and raised on a lancet inlaid plinth, issued from four restrained cornucopia form legs, terminating in sweeping foliate and bead acanthine brass cups on casters.
Some expected losses of inlay, filled repairs, surface scratches, old exposure to woodworm, old repair at one foot, but overall in fair to good condition, wear commensurate with age and use.
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