An absolutely charming apprentice made miniature mahogany table with drawer to the front. Probably made during the first half of the 19th century.
Looks rather more Georgian than Victorian. The drawer to the front has good dovetail joints to the front and back and a diamond shaped bone escutcheon that was typically used on Georgian tea caddies. It has two tiny mahogany turned knobs and a shaped apron below, and it sits on four sturdy straight and slightly tapered legs.
Sympathetically cleaned, re-waxed and polished. It has wonderful patination and is in great original condition. All you need is a set of miniature chairs!
Measurements: 28.6 cm wide and 20 cm deep. Stands 25.7 cm high

19th Century apprentice made MiniatureTable with Drawer to the front


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