Elegant Queen Anne Vernacular Side or End Table

With Shaped Apron and Drawer Retaining Original Escutcheon and Handles
Raised on Finely Baluster Turned Legs
Nutty coloured well burnished oak

England c. 1710

28” high x 32.5” wide x 22.5” deep

Condition: A delightfully refined example of Queen Anne period vernacular or provincial furniture. This elegant side table has a single full length frieze drawer, set above the shaped frieze apron, which retains its original shaped brass handles and escutcheon and is raised on finely turned baluster legs and joined by all round stretchers. A small and functional piece, of good scale and proportions with great original surface and patina. Authentic, practical and stylish.

Ref: 7087

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