Antique Console Table, Large, Scottish, Walnut, Desk, J & T Scott, Victorian
Our Stock # 18.6947
This is an antique console table. A large, Scottish walnut and oak desk or hall table by J & T Scott of Edinburgh, dating to the Victorian period, circa 1880.
- Exquisite Scottish furniture
- Displays a desirable aged patina
- Walnut tabletop offers superb grain interest
- Quality Scottish oak matching the appeal with rich caramel hues
- Gently rolled edge with tiered surface
- Deep aprons afford generous views of the oak stocks
- Striking drawer fronts inlaid with Belgian marble and finished with cock-beading
- Dressed with fluted bar pulls over Art Nouveau back plates, decorated with foliate motif
- Drawer boxes of appreciable thickness with dovetail joints and wonderful, natural grain
- Maker's stamp to drawers reads 'J & T Scott, 10 George St, Edinburgh'
- Tapered legs of square sections and showing wisps of medullary rays
- Stands upon a quartet of tapered block feet, further enhancing suitability for central room placement
This is a delightful antique console table, with impressive proportion and a level of craftsmanship that will appeal to many. Offering super grain interest, warm, rich colouration and luxury appointments such as Belgian marble, this table will grace the study, hallway or any room. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.
Max Width: 218.5cm (86'')
Max Depth: 55.5cm (21.75'')
Max Height: 76cm (30'')
Kneehole Height: 59.5cm (23.5'')
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