A Mid-18thC George II Provincial Oak Side Table c.1740-60

Origin: English
Period: George II
Provenance: Unknown
Date: c.1740-60
Depth: 19.25”
Width: 27.5”
Height: 28.25”

The good quality English oak carcass, of superior colour, having an unusual semi-elliptical shaped two-piece boarded top over a frieze cockbeaded and featherbanded drawer with the original pierced brass plate handle to square block legs, and surviving from the George II period.

The condition is good. The one-piece top has a extremely fine and desirable patination and a deep rich colour with some slight bowing. It is stable and ready for use.

This is more of your rambling rectory than your smart townhouse; a completely honest Georgian oak piece made from the best English oak.