This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A very good quality William IV period Console Table, having replacement mahogany rectangular top over superbly carved Goncalo Alves wood base raised on elegant cabriole legs.

This table is constructed from Goncalo Alves which is a part of the rosewood family. It is generally a bit lighter than rosewood and slightly more decorative.

The carved decoration has great depth and is exceptionally crisp and cabriole legs are superbly executed.

The table would almost certainly have originally housed a marble top of some kind, but it now has a very attractive mahogany top which has clearly been in situ for around 100 years or so and suits the 
piece well.

The table fixes to the wall using the two attached screw plates and is a both practical and elegant solution to even the tightest of available spaces.

Circa 1840

Height - 34in
Width - 26in
Depth - 14in

Stock number

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