This is a very good early side table. It is made in oak and dates to the reign of Charles II, around 1680. The side table is joined with pegs. The three planked top is pegged in to the frame beneath and has a moulded edge. The legs are turned with double ball and fillet. This design of turning came in around 1640. Thick low stretchers brace the legs. The table has a central drawer, the front held in place with the crude dovetails of the day. The oak lining to the interior of the drawer I presume is a later restoration. This is a good small period side table. The side table has the patina of centuries of polish. The dropper handle is appropriate for the period but is a later replacement. The side table is 33 inches wide and 21.5 inches deep and 26 inches high. You are welcome to collect any piece of furniture yourself or use any courier you wish. It is easy to get a quote. You will need the dimensions of the piece and the collection area. As you can see from the Item location we are based in Mold in North Wales. We recommend P H Couriers because they specialise in delivering furniture. They are insured and very careful. Obviously it could be more if you live in an out of the way area or the piece is particularly large. Do ask if you would like me to get you a firm quote. The item “Good early oak seventeenth Century Charles II side table 1680″ is in sale since Monday, May 28, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antique Furniture\Desks\Pre-Victorian (Pre-1837)”. The seller is “warwick141″ and is located in Mold. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
- Style: Country
- Material: Oak
- Original/Reproduction: Original