Nest of Four Antique Oriental Hardwood Coffee Tables (China, circa 1900)

£2,250.00
Nest of Four Antique Oriental Hardwood Coffee Tables

Nest of Four Antique Oriental Hardwood Coffee Tables (China, circa 1900)

£2,250.00
A good quality early 20th century nest of four oriental
Hardwood coffee tables having well figured panelled
Tops with attractive carved friezes raised on elegant
Square supports and stretchers.

(Nests of coffee tables were made from the early 19th century
and continue to be made to this day both in England and further
afield within the British Empire. It is common to find furniture constructed
in the Far East towards the end of the 19th century and in the early 20th
century as it was being manufactured there specifically for the western
market. Nests of tables like these, low coffee tables and pot stands are
by far the most common designs. Generally the quality of these types
of furniture gets progressively worse as the date of their manufacture
gets more recent. These are very sturdy, date right back to approx
1900 in date and are very much fit for original purpose. The oriental
hardwood which they are constructed from is a particularly hardwearing
wood making them perfect for use as coffee tables with them requiring
very little ongoing care, polishing and attention.)
  
Stock Code7667
Height 27.50 inch (69.85 cm)
Width 19.50 inch (49.53 cm)
Depth 14.00 inch (35.56 cm)
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