Regency Rosewood Centre Table

  • This handsome center table is an extraordinary example of superior British craftsmanship
  • Blending form and function, the table is crafted from rosewood
  • The table is further distinguished by ornate scrolling motifs
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Item No. 31-6268

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Blending form and function, this handsome rosewood centre table is an extraordinary example of superior British craftsmanship. Rosewood furniture became popular with the wealthy during England's Regency period because of its natural beauty and exotic allure. A tropical wood from India and Brazil, it is called "rosewood" not only for its dark, rich color but also for its odor of roses when newly cut. Structurally simple yet adorned with ornate decorative motifs, the rosewood in this centre table is complemented by its carved scrollwork feet and fluted legs.

Circa 1850

29 1/8" high x 35 3/8" wide x 22 7/8" deep
Regency Rosewood Centre Table
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Dining Tables
Depth: 22.88 Inches
Width: 35.38 Inches
Height: 29.13 Inches
Style: Regency
Regency Rosewood Centre Table
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