S/465 Late Regency Snakewood Canterbury
The slatted saddle top, incorporating a central carrying handle, is raised at each corner on four well turned supports, with horizontal end divisions and divided into four sections, with a full width mahogany lined drawer under, fitted with wooden knob handles.
The whole is raised on four turned and tapered legs, fitted with castors and is a pleasing colour.
South American Snakewood is also known as Pernambuco, Ironwood, Letterwood, Amourette or Brazilwood and is used to make violin bows or veneers for the finest quality decorative furniture.
(wooden knob handles replaced)
20 in. (50.5 cm.) Wide
15 in. (38 cm.) Deep
20¾ in. (52.5 cm.) High
English Circa 1820