This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A superb quality Regency period mahogany Drum type Centre Table, having old leather with tooled decoration to circular revolving top over four frieze drawers with bone inlaid lettering.

Alternating with four false drawers raised on elegant turned central column terminating on triform base with elegant original carved paw feet.

Often referred to as rent tables due to the fact that landlords would often use them as a desk for keeping accounts of rent money that was due and had been paid, drum tables are extremely popular items of furniture.

They can be used in a variety of different spaces around the home including entrance halls, libraries, studies and living rooms and generally add a real elegance as well as having excellent function.

This particular example is excellent quality and retains a lovely old leather top as well as the most unusual feature of the charming bone inlaid lettering on its drawers.

As seen from the images it can also be dismantled into two parts making it very easy to transport
and install into almost any environment. 

Circa 1830

Height - 29.5in
Width - 42in
Depth - 42in

Stock number

Open by appointment and at fairs (see also under The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent)