AN EARLY VICTORIAN OAK CENTRE TABLE
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AN EARLY VICTORIAN OAK CENTRE TABLE

IN THE ELIZABETHAN STYLE, MID-19TH CENTURY

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AN EARLY VICTORIAN OAK CENTRE TABLE
IN THE ELIZABETHAN STYLE, MID-19TH CENTURY
The moulded square-lobed top above a frieze decorated with applied facetted blocks and roundels, on conforming moulded square tapering legs, centred by cabochons, on moulded block feet
32½ in. (82.5 cm.) high; 55¾ in. (141.5 cm.) wide; 31½ in. (80 cm.) deep
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Lot Essay

The antiquarian-inspired design of this table corresponds closely with a design published by Blackie and Son, The Victorian Cabinet-Maker's Assistant in 1853.

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