A Charles II joined oak side table, circa 1670

A Charles II joined oak side table, circa 1670



Having a top of two ovolo-moulded boards, a single frieze drawer with central broad run-moulding, on ball and fillet-turned legs, joined all round by upper edge-moulded stretchers, turned feet.

Provenance: Motcombe House, Shaftesbury, Dorset.
The original 16th century mansion was demolished after the death of Elizabeth Mary Grosvenor, Dowager Marchioness of Westminster in 1891, who had lived at Motcombe House for many years.

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Height 72 cm / 28 12"
Width 93 cm / 36 34"
Depth 55 cm / 21 "