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Circa 1900, Edwardian Jacobean style oak hall table, with a gong suspended in the centre. The top, with its canted corners and gadrooned fore edge, has a back ledge with further gadrooning on the top and blind fretwork in the centre. Beneath the top there’s a single drawer with a fielded panel and two cast brass drop handles. On either side of this and on the sides of the table are further fielded panels of various forms. Below the drawer are two semi-circlular panels with carved capitals in the form of twist rope carving. From this is suspended a circular brass gong. The table stands on four barley sugar legs, on a solid oak base which follows the same shape and form as the top, and beneath this the piece stands on five squat bun feet. An unusual piece of hall furniture, stylish, clean, good quality.
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