I strive for images that can show you the richness and depth of patina in my treasures. It can be a challenge! You really need further images under other light (which cannot be done in my magazine format), or see this table in person, to enjoy the excitement of these beautiful woods.
Above, an English Regency center table, circa 1820-40, in in rosewood and mahogany . The top carries a veneer of a fine exotic wood that is complex in grain and depth, with ebbs and flows in tans, browns, and chocolate. The banded rim surrounds the center with reddish-brown rosewood with its black-ink figure. The top has a conforming apron and can tip up for ease of movement to another setting.
Below, a well-turned urn holds the four Regency molded and tapered saber legs, terminating in elegant cast brass paw feet. Just polished for you and ready for display and use.
H. 28″, d. 46.5″. $2800.