Early Victorian Gilt Console Table

S/N:SC221

  • £1,650.00
  • €1,800 Euro
  • $2,171 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Early Victorian Gilt Console Table

SPINKA & CO
Impressive early Victorian giltwood console table of small proportions, having original serpentine marble top, pierced and carved frieze with flower and leaf and shell scrolls, standing on 2 carved, cabriole legs united by carved stretchers. This gilded hall table retains its original gilt throughout, all in excellent condition ready to place at home. c1840

H35" W32" D16"
H89cm W81cm D41cm

Dimensions: 

  • H: 89cm (35.04in)
  • W: 81cm (31.89in)
  • D: 41cm (16.14in)

Period: 

c1840

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SPINKA & CO is a company selling high quality traditional antiques.

All items are sympathetically restored in our workshop by ourselves. All deliveries to mainland England, Wales and Southern Scotland are included in the price. Please contact us for a quote if you are outside of these criteria. We aim todelivery within 14 days (UK mainland) and we only use professional courier services. We also offer global air and sea freight without trusted shipper.

We are based in Derbyshire, and have been antique dealers and restorers for some years now. Working within the industry in various capacities, we are knowledgeable, friendly and always keen to help clients find that perfect piece for their home.

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If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, please inform us by email within 48 hours of receiving your item. We will then arrange a collection and issue a full refund. The cost to return will be equal to the original delivery cost and will be deducted from your refund. We do not refund the original delivery cost. The furniture must arrive back to us in the same condition that it left us.

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