This very attractive antique oak circular drum library table dates from the first half of the 19th century.
The top has a dark green writing leather writing leather with gilt and blind tooling surrounded by a cross band of well figured oak.
The top is fitted with four which are interspersed with four blind drawers. The drawers have cock beaded edges, oak lined with dovetail joints, brass locks and turned wooden knobs.
The table stands on a hexagonal baluster column with three swept legs with acanthus carved knees and scrolling feet with hidden castors.
This beautiful good quality drum library table is in excellent antique condition and would make a handsome focal point in a library, office or as an occasional or hall table.
Date: circa 1835
Diameter of top: 47.5 inches – 121cm.
Height to top: 29 inches – 74cm.
Height to kneehole: 23 inches 59cm.
(We can supply hand turned wooden castor cups to raise the table by approximately 1 inch if needed)