Anglo-Indian Rosewood and Mahogany Writing TableLate 19th century
A British colonial writing table made of rosewood. It has a beautifully figured mahogany top within a rosewood frame, a moulded edge above three frieze
drawers with a mahogany front and swan neck handles. A conforming arrangement is found at the other side of the table. The table stands on four elegantly turned
legs terminating in a peg foot with brass end. The legs are connected by cross stretchers.
It is a great decorative piece which can be used as the centre piece of a room, used to display items and can be used in the office.
The table is in good condition and has been lovingly restored and finished to its former glory using a traditional form of French polishing and waxing. The mahogany has a rich warm shade with a striking grain.
British colonial India
H: 79 cm W: 140 cm D: 71 cm
H: 31” W: 55” D: 28”