William IV Rosewood Center / Breakfeast Table w/ Satinwood Inlay, 19th Century
Stately William IV rosewood center / breakfast table with Satinwood Inlay was made in England in the 19th Century. This Extraordinary Tilt-top Center Table has a Multiple book matched Crotch Rosewood veneered circular top with Satinwood banded and string inlay. The edge of the top has Rosewood banding with Satinwood inlay dividing the center. The Figural Rosewood top rest on Rosewood Frieze Apron finished with two Satinwood string inlays at the bottom. The back of the table is finished in Mahogany for display when tilted up. The refined table top sets on an extraordinary base. The table base has a Rosewood Hexagon Vase Shaped Pillar with a Rosewood double collar at the base. The Vase Pillar rest upon a Rosewood veneered tripod plinth with Satinwood string inlay on the top. The concave Friezes on the tripod plinth are Rosewood veneered with Satinwood string inlay framed panels with Satinwood inlay Stars on the flat end above the paw feet. The fine hand carved Mahogany Paw Feet rest on the original brass castors. The tilt top table retains the original tilt-top brass head bolts and the original Brass Double Table Latch with pull handle.
Refinished. Wear consistent with age and use. The finish on the table was repolished. 57.75″ Tall when tilted up.
Dimensions 29" Tall x 47.5" Diameter
Reference Number: DSA9769462
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