English pedestal oval top table made of mahogany with a tilt-top, dating back to the 1850s. Such tables were common during the Victorian era, known for their craftsmanship and elegant designs.
During the 1850s in England, furniture styles were influenced by the Victorian taste, characterized by ornate and intricate designs. Mahogany was a popular choice for furniture during this period due to its durability and rich, reddish-brown color.
This pedestal table has a heavily carved four scroll feet which are set at a angle single attached to the single bulbous turning of the mahogany pedestal. central support. The oval top and tilt-top feature add functionality and versatility to the table. Tilt-top tables were designed to be easily stored against a wall when not in use, making them practical for smaller spaces.
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Table is in a very good condition for its age, structurally sound, minor flows expected with a age.
Measurements are – 54″L x 38 1/2″ W x 28″ H
Hight to the apron 25 3/4″
Base 27″x 27″