Victorian inlaid rosewood shaped centre table
Here we offer you this high quality item of late 19thc furniture.
The table of serpentine outline to all sides is profusely inlaid to each side that is joined by inlaid stringing.
The tapering legs that end with the original china with brass castors, are line inlaid and with inlaid motifs to the top.
The legs are joined by a cross-stretcher that has a turned finial to the centre
This table has the Jas Shoolbread label under, James Shoolbred and Company was a draper and later a department store, located on Tottenham Court Road, London.
The store was established in the 1820s at 155 Tottenham Court Road selling textiles for home furnishing. In the 1870s the store began designing, manufacturing and selling high quality furniture. The company ceased trading in 1931.
90cms across the top
‘There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey.’ Ruskin