C19th Anglo Indian Rosewood Occasional Table
A beautifully executed Anglo Indian rosewood occasional table, in the Regency style dating from the second quarter of the 19th Century. The square top having a boldly carved ‘dog tooth’ edge over a reeded apron, supported by a central baluster column emerging from acanthus leaves flanked by three sweeping hockey-stick braces, raised on a tripod base with conforming dog tooth edging, terminating in lion paw feet. Retaining a wonderfully layered heavy patina built up over its hundred and eighty years. Circa 1840.
Provenance: Village of Banoda Eklara in the Buldhana district, Maharashtra State.