If you’ve been looking for an Ornate Walnut Victorian Eastlake Marble Top Table, then you’ve found it! This beautiful Ornate Walnut Victorian Eastlake Marble Top Table with Burl Accents and Fancy Exquisitely Carved Base (Circa: 1880), that we are presenting here for your consideration, measures 30” in height, 30” in width, and 20” in depth and is absolutely lovely!
The octagonal beveled edge white marble top is in very good condition for its age. The patina on the very Ornate, solid Walnut Table Base is absolutely beautiful, as are the design details and the workmanship. As you can see, the top of the Table Base is adorned with fancy fluted moulding that encases luscious incised carved center rectilinear Burl Walnut accents that sit above fancy pierced incised carved aprons. This design configuration is repeated on all four sides. You will also notice that all four corners of the lovely table top are adorned with burled, incised carved fleur-de-lis ornamentations. Next, you will notice an elegant center turned post with a distal ball finial. This elegant center turned post connects the four lovely pierced gallery legs that are graced with incised carvings, stylized floral crosses, fleur-de-lis, scrolls, and fluted details. Additional design elements found on this very Ornate Table include scrolled ornamentation and fluting on the profiles of the legs as well as incised carvings on the sides and profiles of the feet. Brass castors on the feet provide ease of movement. This beautiful Ornate Walnut Victorian Eastlake Marble Top Table with Burl Accents and Fancy Exquisitely Carved Base would add elegance, presence, and utility to any room of your home!
Novice antique collectors should be aware that any antique over 100 years old will have some type(s) of slight or minor imperfections or marks of character. It is exactly these time-acquired features that intrigue collectors to ponder about how the piece must have been used and by whom. Such marks of use and character only add to the authenticity, charm, and desirability of the piece.
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