Attractive 19th Century Solid Elm Candle Stand

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A wonderful piece of superb design with a diminutive top and strongly splayed legs, crafted in solid elm, the decorative drop at the base of the column points to the 19th century origins of this lovely table. The single piece burr elm top retains a wonderful color and patina.
Details
Of the Period
Country
Place of Origin
Great Britain (UK)
Date of Manufacture
circa 1840-1850
Period
Mid-19th Century
Condition
Excellent. Top diameter 10 3/4 ins, base diameter 20 ins.
Wear
Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions
25.13 in. H
64 cm H
Diameter
20
Dealer Location
New York, NY
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU91013105432
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