A Regency Period Mahogany Bow Fronted Dressing Table, Possibly Scottish



Circa: 1810

Depth: 20.5"

Height: 31"

Width: 42"

Location: Hungerford

Made from figured Cuban mahogany, the table has an arched kneehole and stands on twist column tapering legs. The ebony knob handles are original and the quality, colour and patination are all excellent. From the design of the legs, the table is probably Scottish in origin and by a leading cabinet maker such as Totter of Edinburgh.

“A Regency dressing or writing table of exceptional colour and patination."