Antique William IV Rosewood Dining TableSKU:
This antique William IV rosewood dining table has to be one of the nicest ones I've come across. It's all original, extremely fine quality & in excellent condition. The pattern of the rosewood veneers on the top are stunning & very unusual. The central round column has that typical William IV tulip pattern carving at the base & it's deeply carved. This sits on a triangular platform base with carved & scrolled feet with concealed casters. The circular top can be flipped up so it stands in the corner of the room showing of the beautifully patterns. It can also be taken off for easy transportation. This table dates to around the 1830-37 period. Please don't under estimate the quality of this table. It's very well made piece, solid & heavy. It will comfortably seat four people & a friendly six, because there are no corner legs to get in the way.
Width – 48 inches, 121 cm
Height – 29 inches, 73 cm
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