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1023 Main Street South Woodbury, CT 06798 United States 203.263.2211
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$ 10,000

Anglo-Indian Oval Rosewood Pedestal Table

Origin India
Period 19th Century
Materials handcarved and -planed solid rosewood
Dimensions
W. 64 in; H. 28.5 in; D. 45 in;
W. 162.56 cm; H. 72.39 cm; D. 114.3 cm;
Condition Good. Fine antique condition
Creation Date c. 1835
Description Grand and profusely hand-carved solid rosewood oval tilt-top center table, made in India during the reign of William IV; acquired by British watercolorist C. Bigot whose stamp is impressed on the table's block. Bigot created a series of maritime topic watercolor prints during the second quarter of the 19th century. A table of great presence and utility: A center table, a library table, tea or dessert table, morning or breakfast room table. It may even serve as an intimate dining table or conference table. The gadrooning and carved elements of its pedestal and quadruped paw base are exceptional. Thick solid hand-planed and -carved rosewood; far more frequently encountered as a striking veneer. This table is raised on barely visible casters.
Styles / Movements Traditional, William IV
Dealer Reference Number 1811 NEEE
Incollect Reference Number 379248
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