Antique Breakfast Table, William IV Rosewood Tilt Top
Our Stock # LFA-1454
This is an antique, William IV rosewood, tilt top breakfast table dating to c.1830.
Heralding from the late Regency period, this superior table modestly displays the excesses of top quality timber through a highly polished finish.
Throughout, the rich, desirable grain detail of the rosewood displays beautifully, the top framed within a burr maple band above a cross banded apron trimmed with further burr maple edging.
The tapered column support is anchored with a carved garland on the trefoil base that rides upon bulbous gadrooned feet over the quality solid brass castors.
A thing of beauty with solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.
Max Width: 112cm (44'')
Max Depth: 112cm (44'')
Max Height: 72cm (28.25'')
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