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A delightful pair of Regency period rosewood Wine, or Occasional, Tables, having highly figured square tops raised on elegant spiral twist turned stems terminating on umbrella tripod legs.

A particularly fine pair of tables that demonstrate the quality of craftsmanship on display in London during the early 19th century. 

The tops have been constructed from exceptional quality, highly figured rosewood veneers and the craftsmanship that has gone into the elegant spiral turning of the columns is simply superb.

They stand incredibly elegantly and would be perfect beside sofas, next to chairs or simply standing centrally on their own in any home, modern or old.

They are also quite a useful size, without being too big, many that you see will be a little too small to be practical, whereas these tables are the perfect size for a lamp, resting drinks down on, or even to stand sculpture or art on top of.

Circa 1820

Height - 30.25in
Width - 17in
Depth - 17in

Stock number

8061
Open by appointment and at fairs (see also under The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent)