A late 19th century/early 20th century Waring & GillowÂ mahogany writing table in the Chippendale style - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
This table consists of a rectangualr top with re-entrant corners with an inset green tooled leather top, recently replaced, withÂ a carved moulded edge.
This leads down to two mahogany lined drawers withÂ curl veneered fronts surrounded by mahoganyÂ cock beadingÂ with fineÂ quality original brass handles and escutcheons.
The drawersÂ have a carved moulding underneath and atÂ each corner there isÂ a curl veneered panel surrounded withÂ a rounded moulding.
The four cabriole legs have carved stylised acanthus decoration to the knee terminating with a finely carved ball and claw foot.
A Waring & GillowÂ plaque can be found to the underneath of the table.
Waring & GillowÂ were an English furniture manufacturer, formed in the late 19th century merging Gillows of Lancaster and LondonÂ with Waring of Liverpool and they were renouned for producing good quality pieces of furniture.
This writing table is in excellent condition and canÂ go straight into a home or office etc.
Height: 30'' / 76cm
Width: 54'' / 137cm
Depth: 32'' / 81.5cm
Knee height: 23.25'' / 59cm