English Laburnum Oyster Veneer Octagonal Pedestal Tilt-top Side Table - image 1 of 10

DETAILS
This antique English side or center table features beautifully handcrafted, detailed oyster veneer and marquetry inlay on all surfaces. The octagonal top is raised on a pedestal stem and three tripod legs with scrolled foot. Oystering is a wood working technique where thin cross section slices of wood branches are used resulting in a distinctive oval or circular patterned veneer which resembles oyster shells. The technique was likely developed in England in the 1660s.

PERIOD
Queen Victoria (1837-1901) | Mid 19th century

DATE
Circa 1860

DIMENSIONS
Width 28.5 Depth 28.5 Height 29 inches

ITEM ID
T3048
DEPTH
28.5" (72 cm)
WIDTH
28.5" (72 cm)
HEIGHT
29" (74 cm)
ORIGIN
England • English
AGE
Mid 19th Century
ITEM TYPE
Antique
MATERIAL
Wood

Eron Johnson Antiques

English Laburnum Oyster Veneer Octagonal Pedestal Tilt-top Side Table

$2,950

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