An early 19th century (circa 1820) Regency rosewood drum table of good quality and wonderful faded patina.
This table consists of a tooled and faded green leather top with a rosewood banding leading down to four mahogany lined frieze drawers and four dummy drawers, all cockbeaded with decorative brass drop handles and brass escutcheons with moulded edge below.
The top supported on turned baluster column leading down to three outswept legs with foliate carved decoration and terminating with brass castors.
This table is in very good condition for age, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home.
Height: 28.75” / 73cm
Width: 42” / 106.5cm
Depth: 42” / 106.5cm
Height from floor to rail: 23.5” / 59.75cm