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A pair of library or dining or centre tables, late-19th century, English, Gothic revival, mahogany each 3m long

Circa 1880
300.00cm wide (118.11 inches wide)
75.00cm high (29.53 inches high)
77.00cm deep (30.31 inches deep)
Description / Expertise
Although these tables have been used as library furniture they are very versatile and can function as dining or centre tables. They can be joined end-to-to end to create a massive table 6metres long. They have a pared-down Gothic form which work in period and contemporary interiors. The mahogany has mellowed into a lovely honey colour over time.

The rectangular tops with cleated edges. The base with three curved supports each with carved roundels on turned pillars united by a rectangular stretcher on trestle feet. Original mellow colour and patina.
West Country Institution
gbp 20000.00 (Pound Sterling)
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