A Fine Queen Anne Period Oak Side Table
Having a two-plank top, which are cut from the same piece of timber and butterflied open (mirror planks), which have shaped “re-entrant” corners, above three drawers, all retaining the original brass handles, which are set into a deeply shaped frieze. The finely shaped cabriole legs have the original corner ears at the top, and terminate in well-shaped pointed toes. The cupid’s bow shaping to the front is repeated on the sides.
Good original nutty brown colour and surface.
English, circa 1710.
Width 32 inches, depth 19.5 inches, height 27 inches.