Rosewood, turned walnut, boxwood, brass
71 x 76 cm
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Sizergh Castle, Cumbria
A walnut, rosewood and inlaid octagonal centre table, English, circa 1880, the rosewood top inlaid to the centre with a spray of flowers and foliate scrolls, the friezes inlaid with boxwood lines, raised on four baluster- and ring-turned legs terminating in brass castors and joined by four up--curved stretchers topped by a square platform with galleried edge.
Given by Henry Hornyold Strickland (1890 – 1975) with Sizergh Castle and its estates in 1950.