Hand Painted 18th-Century Style Side Table


This hand painted 18th century style side table features a fine ebonised finish with hand-painted Imari-style motifs, offering a blend of classic and exotic design elements. The rectangular top has a moulded edge, adding a touch of refinement to the overall structure. It covers a frieze drawer with brass handles, providing a practical storage option that blends seamlessly into the table's design.

The base of the table is what makes this piece truly unique, with arched scrolling legs joined by stretchers. This unusual design draws inspiration from an early 18th-century hinged-top table found in the Long Gallery at Althorp. The influence of William and Mary is visible in the table's design. While thescrolls of the legs suggest 18th-century Dutch design influences.

The base's delicate and graceful structure contrasts with the traditional rectangular top. Creating a compelling aesthetic that stands out from typical side tables. This blend of styles and design influences makes this table not only functional but also a conversation piece that can add character to any room. Its unique design, with a nod to historical styles, provides an intriguing mix of tradition and innovation.

  • Hand Painted 18th-Century Style Side Table.
  • Unrepeatable Item.

Width: 71 cm  |  Depth: 45 cm  |  Height: 68 cm

Item code: AL50175

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