Circa 1900, very stylish circular oak occasional table, the quarter sawn top with peg dowels showing. There are 6 peg dowel positions clearly visible indicating a quality made table. Beneath the top there is an apron with some ribbing in it, and from this are 4 elegant turned and tapered legs. At the top of the legs are oak blocks and then there is a turned tapering section. Towards the base of the leg there is a double turned section and then a large oak block. From this protrude a cruciform stretcher which unites all four legs and give the table good stability.
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