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Rare Antique Burr Elm Sofa Table

Very unusual and very fine quality Regency sofa table in burr elm. This table is exceptionally well made, with double lopers to support the ends, end support leg structure, cross banding, stringing, very precise dovetails and very crisp carving all round. The cluster column support is a lovely design and the ebony and ebonising contrast the elm very well. This is a very useful sort of table, being narrow front to back and quite long it looks good when standing behind sofa or against a wall and as it is free standing it can also be used in the middle of a room as a desk.

English circa 1825 £4800

68cm / 26¾" deep
148cm / 58" wide
106cm / 41½" wide
75cm / 29½" high

Antique Sofa Table

Early 19th century George III period antique sofa table. This sofa table really has it all, it is narrow front to back, it has a high stretcher, the stretcher is curved, it has faded to a wonderful honey colour, it has brass stringing, it has cedar lined drawers, it has hidden hinges, it has the old blue paper in the drawers, it is free standing, it has elegant end supports, it has downstretched legs which run out almost parallel to the floor, it has really well figured brass caster caps and good quality casters. The restoration is included in the price, please call or email with any questions.

English circa 1810 £4800

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26¼" / 66½cm deep
28" / 71cm high
63½" / 161cm wide max
45" / 114cm wide min

Early 19th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Sofa Table

Early 19th century George III period mahogany antique sofa table. This sofa table is a real delight, it has all the sought after details such as the four splay end support, high stretcher and it is free standing. As well as this the timber has a really wonderful grain pattern and it has achieved a wonderful colour and patina over its two hundred year old lifespan. Not immediately apparent at first glance is the inlaid decoration, which on closer inspection turns out to comprise bows and arrows. While hunting was a common past time for the aristocracy of centuries ago, it really is not common to see this sort of decoration at this period. This is a really wonderful sofa table with good narrow proportions and an excellent colour.

English circa 1810 £3800

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55cm / 21½" deep
144cm / 56½" wide max
68cm / 34" wide min
70cm / 27½" high