Early 19th Century Elm Pedestal Table
A very distinctive elm pedestal table raised on a baluster and ring turned column terminating with elegant tripod legs and tapering feet. This is a fabulous antique table bursting with character, as often happens with elm, the one piece top of this country table has taken on unusual contours, giving it a very individual and quirky look. The table top is edged with elm banding and has a superb grain and good colour and patina. There have been historic repairs to the base of the pedestal and evidence of old woodworm - (this has been treated again for peace of mind)and can be clearly seen in the photographs, and old repairs and historic woodworm are often to be found in pieces of furniture that are almost 200 years old and are not detrimental in any way. This is a very decorative antique occasional table whose small proportions add to its charm and versatility to use either as a wine or lamp table.
Height: 27.5" (70cm)
Diameter: 18" (46cm)