Circa 1860, mid-Victorian walnut and burr walnut freestanding centre table. With butterfly shaped, quarter veneered top which varies from red walnut, grain walnut to burr walnut. The table has a simple ogee moulding edge and beneath is a carved and shaped apron. There is foliate carving with vine leaves and grapes on each of the long ends with a smaller version on the short end. The table stands on 4 carved cabriole legs with c scrolling in the centre and carved fruit on the top. They are united by a cruciform Rococo stretcher with a carved urn in the centre.
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