Library Table (Mahogany) With Lady's Heads

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      ~In the mid-1800s when oak furniture was just beginning to become popular, the dark woods (mahogany, walnut, and rosewood) were considered to be the "rich peoples' furniture".  Largely manufactured by hand, these pieces were painstakingly created by skilled craftsmen even into the early years of the 20th century. ~From an Oklahoma connection we obtained this very fine Mahogany Library Table.  Jeliff-type heads decorate each corner leg of this lovely table made of rich mahogany wood.  The curves of the legs support, (in a very fancy manner), the lovely lower shelf of the piece.  The legs end in highly carved claw feet.  One drawer opens to reveal adequate storage for such a piece.  Use it in a location that the deep red hue can do nothing but highlight the richness of your room.  If you like Victorian pieces, how can you pass up this lovely table which has been gently restored for your pleasure. 

Item Details

Reference #:
WHA 213
Quantity
1
Category
Furniture & Furnishings
Department
Antiques
Year
c.1870
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
39.50 x 29.50 x 28.00
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Gently Restored
Material