Sold for £2,800
There is a degree of separation and some splitting to the specimen wood sections in the top. Slight separation is the sections around the frieze. Light surface scratches and some indentations. The central floral section to the base has three missing leaves (only two are present, but detached). Most of the ivory inset toes to the elephant feet are missing (only one present).
EARLY 20TH CENTURY ANGLO-INDIAN CENTRE TABLE,
the octagonal top with specimen wood veneers over an abonised carved and pierced apron, on carved foliate supports, with a central floral ornament, on a concave tripartite base with elephant feet, the top 89cm wide
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