18th century walnut lowboy

//18th century walnut lowboy

18th century walnut lowboy


A mid-eighteenth century English walnut lowboy. George II period, ca 1750.
Excellent colour and patination.


An English mid-18th century walnut lowboy. George II period, circa 1750.
Of excellent colour and patina.

Nb. This mid-Georgian walnut lowboy is also referred to as a side table, dressing table, writing table or vanity.
Raised on elegantly drawn cabriole legs with two short drawers above one long drawer in the apron. The top correctly quarter-veneered, and inlaid with herringbone lines throughout. Mounts and locks apparently original.

Ralph Edwards CBE FSA illustrates a similar walnut lowboy in ‘The Dictionary of English Furniture’, Hamlyn Publ, London, Fourth Impression 1972, p. 542, fig. 2; ‘’Walnut Table; cabriole legs; shaped under framing, fitted with three drawers circa 1715 (Macquoid Collection)’’.

W 31.75″ (81cm)
H 28″ (71cm)
D 20″ (51cm).

Stock ref: BHA 1083


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