Elizabeth I oak carved table

circa 1560 - 1580

W 83 1/4 × H 31 1/4 × D 30 1/4

Stock # Marh831


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Elizabeth I oak carved table of rare design, the four baluster turned legs carved with cut cloth designs typical of an earlier Elizabethan style, above these balusters beneath the frieze are large windows with leaded glass designs within. The frieze rails carved with nulled decoration with a single gadroon within each null and to each corner of the table huge leafy spandrels, Tudor in form. This table was once a draw leaf table, now missing its leaves. The original three plank top cleated. A decorated piece of furniture from the same workshop is shown in "Furniture making in 17th & 18th century England" by R.W. Symonds, page 8, fig.19 - 20. Rare collector's piece.