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SA1041092

Early Victorian Rosewood 4-tier Etagere Or 'what-not'

Status: This item has been sold
Sold by: A Part of the Furniture

This antique has been viewed 24 times in the past month with the most views from Germany.

Description

Early Victorian Rosewood 4-Tier Etagere or 'What-Not'
A fine rosewood veneered piece from around 1840-60, in good condition, with figured tiers on slender ring-turned and inverse-tapering baluster supports on block corners, on bun feet with recessed brass casters, this elegant etagere or 'what-not' will impress in the most tastefully-appointed of reception rooms, whether period-furnished or more contemporary in style, fully-deserving of the admiring attention it will undoubtedly attract.
Width 59cm x Depth 44.75cm (23.25" x c17.5")
NB: For the slightly larger over all footprint, please take into account the diameter of the bun feet.
O/All Height to Top Tier 137cm (54")
Height to Third Tier 94.75cm (37.25"), to Second Tier 52.5cm (c20.75") & to Lowest Tier 10.25cm (4")
This piece dates from around the middle of the 19thC, so you may expect the mature character & patina of age, including a large ring-mark to the top, dark line marks, particularly to the second tier and some variability in colour, as a result of differing exposure to sunlight, together with wear & tear commensurate with normal use, including a small loss of veneer to the 'rear' edge of the third tier and also to the ring moulding above the right-hand 'rear' bun foot but, in all other respects, it's in good, clean & sound condition, ready to use in your home.
Internal Ref: J-325072/921



Declaration

This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Victorian.


Dimensions

Height = 137 cm (53.9")
Width = 59 cm (23.2")
Depth = 44.8 cm (17.6")


Seller Details

A Part of the Furniture
Northamptonshire
United Kingdom
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