This fine classical table decorated in paint with pelmets, greek key and anthenium relates to the work of Thomas Hope and his pattern books for the decoration of furniture. Done in highly figured wood and then decorated in the latest fashion of the time. This table is perfect to use as a center table in a room but is also small enough in scale to be used as a large end table or between a pair of chairs. The top finely veneered and book matched is centered on a wasting inverted triangular pedestal which is the set upon a trefoil base and with bun feet on raised casters
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Materials and Techniques
Excellent. The table is in excellent conditon. There are a few shrinkage areas that have been addressed and some inpainting to rub thrus on the paint decoration but fully retored and having a new french polish and ready to use..
Wear consistent with age and use
29 in. H
74 cm H
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