This table was created in England in the 19th Century. It is crafted from satinwood, and is fitted with a mahogany stretcher.
The table is comprised of an oval-shaped top, which features a parquetry design. The grain of the satinwood panels is arranged so that the wood fibres radiate from a central point. This table top is encircled by a raised edge.
Four rosewood legs support the table top. These are saber shaped, meaning they are straight and then flare out at their base. These legs are squared, and they taper at their feet. A mahogany stretcher is fitted to the legs, near their feet. This connects the legs diagonally with scrolled supports, which meet in the middle. This central point is topped by an urn-shaped finial.
This table is refined in its form and use of materials, and, as such, will suit either an antique or contemporary style interior.