William IV rosewood small library table
This William IV rosewood small library table was first made circa 1830.
The library table stands on end supports, that run down to a platform base with lovely segmented turned feet and concealed castors under.
It has a pair of slim mahogany lined drawers to the front, and then dummy drawers to the rear, so that the table can be placed in the centre of a room.
The top with rounded corners and a rosewood surface.
At the top of the end supports are fine carved corbels.
Imagine this elegant William IV table in your home, it will look great in so many places. You could use it as a hall table, put it in a by window, use it as a side table and of course use it in a library type setting.
99cms wide (39ins)
53cms deep (21ins)
73cms high (28 3/4ins)
63cms high from floor to underside of table (24 1/2ins)
UK mainland delivery £75+vat
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