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Carved and Ebonized Anglo-Indian Center Table

Origin India
Period 19th Century
Materials Carved Wood and Marble
H. 27.5 in; Diam. 38.5 in;
H. 69.85 cm; Diam. 97.79 cm;
Condition Good. Ware consistent with age and usage, retaining its original marble top.
Creation Date c. 1835-40
Anglo-Indian, c. 1835

The circular white marble top with molded edge above a carved, ebonized, conforming apron on a carved, pylon-shaped pedestal raised on three carved, scrolled legs.

H: 27½" Diameter: 38½"

Condition: Excellent: Retaining its original marble top and ebonized surface.

The style of this table begins to emerge as early as the publication of Thomas King's Modern Style of Cabinet Work Exemplified (London, 1829), 47, in an plate illustrating "Occasional Tables." The style blossoms in a design for a related center table in later publications by Thomas King, described as "Louis XIV Style", c. 1835. Made in India on English, William IV era models for the Western trade.
Styles / Movements Anglo-Indian, Traditional, William IV
Book References Thomas King The Modern Style of Cabinet Work Exemplified (London, 1829).
Incollect Reference Number 346801
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