Regency Period Library Table

Regency Period Library Table

In the manner of MARSH AND TATHAM, LONDON (worked c.1785-1810)
Regency Period Library Table

Date & Origin c. 1810, England
Dimensions
H
75 cm (29 inc)
W
129 cm (50 inc)
D
74 cm (29 inc)
Description
A Library Table of the Regency Period In the Manner of Marsh & Tatham

Of rectangular form, constructed using amboyna, with ormolu accents; rising from ring turned and tapering lobed legs, with ormolu stiff leaf collared feet and shoulders, terminating in ormolu Ionic capitols; the apron housing a long single drawer, and the top having an ormolu guard band with gadroon decoration.
Circa 1810
Medium
Amboyna, ormolu mounts
Condition
Excellent
Stock Code 8330
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
75 cm (29 inc)
W
129 cm (50 inc)
D
74 cm (29 inc)
Description
A Library Table of the Regency Period In the Manner of Marsh & Tatham

Of rectangular form, constructed using amboyna, with ormolu accents; rising from ring turned and tapering lobed legs, with ormolu stiff leaf collared feet and shoulders, terminating in ormolu Ionic capitols; the apron housing a long single drawer, and the top having an ormolu guard band with gadroon decoration.
Circa 1810
Stock Code 8330

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