An antique exhibition quality figured rosewood centre table

Origin

England

Dates

Circa 1870

Dimensions

H  29.50 inch (74.93 cm)  

Description

The circular tilt top of this superb table in raised upon a turned and carved baluster support on a triform base with three shaped bosses. The repertoire of classical decorative motifs includes Vitruvian scrolls, acanthus leaves, hearts, beading and patera.

Literature

Charles Hindley & Sons, rug and floor cloth manufacturers (Furniture History Society, Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, pp. 433 & 606) took over the firm of Miles & Edwards, cabinetmakers, of 134 Oxford Street in 1844. Thereafter, they established trade at the Oxford Street premises where their business as high quality cabinet makers flourished, earning them a Royal Appointment, and a part in the Great Exhibition.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Makers

C HINDLEY AND SONS

Ref. No.

CW132

Signed / Dated

C Hindley & Sons 134 Oxford Street London 15305

Sold
Request Details