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An attractive Georgian oak lowboy (side table) with the original pierced brass handles and escutcheon.

George III Oak Lowboy, c. 1820

  • A lovely example of a Georgian oak lowboy (side table), with one long drawer over a shaped apron; sitting on cabriole legs ending in pad feet.

    Featuring the original pierced brass handles and escutcheon, this pretty console table is full of charm and character.  The oak has aged wonderfully with the striking grain producing a lovely patina.

    This beautiful George III side table has great appeal and typically perfect proportions so it could work in many places around the home.  Lovely and compact at 76cm in width.

    This piece is in a good solid condition. There is an historic repair to both rear legs where they have obviously been cut down and built back up again at the base which was common as people would alter the leg length according to the unevenness of their floors. The table stands level with no wobbles.  There is a also split running the length of the oak top, which is not uncommon in antiques of this age (circa 1820) and does not affect use or structure.

    Delivered lightly waxed and polished and ready to place in the home.

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