An extremely attractive William IV double sided flame mahogany library table of large proportions, with integrated writing slope to the front drawer, c.1830.
The table boasts one long and four short drawers to the front and 4 drawers to the rear, with the central long drawer being dummy. All drawers open and close with ease. The long drawer to the front hosts an integrated hinged leather-topped writing slope which slides back to access the drawer beneath, or can be removed entirely. The top is covered with a gilt and blind stamped black leather. The leather shows some wear in places but generally remains in a very good condition.
The wood shows some wear commensurate with age, most notably some fading to the rear right side, but remains in a very good condition overall with a lovely patina. The desk sits above four turned mahogany legs with brass castors, which remain in original condition. All castors turn and move the table effectively.
A substantial piece full of character; a wonderful centrepiece.
Knee hole height: 63.5cm
We use trusted couriers for UK and international delivery.
We are able to deliver to most of mainland UK for £50 (excluding the Scottish Highlands). We are able to deliver internationally; please do contact us with your location for an accurate delivery quote.
We aim to deliver your piece within 7-10 working days, however please allow up to 3 weeks following cleared payment for delivery.
Collection in person is welcome by prior arrangement.