Stock No: 14776

A fine Victorian Gothic Revival walnut and marquetry library table attributed to A.W.N. Pugin. The octagonal top, with a stylised medallion and florally detailed banding of inlaid woods including burr walnut, ebony, padauk, boxwood, dyed sycamore, birch and satin birch, rests above a pair of frieze drawers and is supported on four legs carved in the typical Pugin style joined by a rosette decorated carved strut underframe.
Provenance: Originally in the possession of The Fine Art Society, New Bond St, London.
English mid-19th century.

Link to: Antique furniture

width depth height
72"
182.9 cms
29"
73.7 cms
36"
91.4 cms

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