Antique Whatnot Stand, Two Tier Dumb Waiter, Tea Table, Victorian, 1900
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About this item
This is an antique whatnot stand. An English, mahogany two-tier afternoon tea table, dating to the Victorian period, circa 1900.
Attractive form and useful proportion
Displays a desirable aged patina
Select mahogany shows fine grain interest
Rich russet hues to the wax polish finish
Quality craftsmanship to the serpentine carved tier edge
The two tiers arranged with diameters of 38cm (15") and 44cm (17.25") respectively
Raised upon ornate turned baluster supports with eye-catching twist reed motif
Standing upon a trio of cabriole legs with square knees over slipper feet
This is an appealing antique whatnot, well suited to use as an afternoon tea service or display stand. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.
Max Width: 44cm (17.25'')
Max Depth: 40.5cm (16'')
Max Height: 83cm (32.75'')
Top Tier Diameter: 38cm (15'')
Lower Tier Diameter: 44cm (17.25'')
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Our Ref: 18.6767
Condition : Presented in very good antique condition.
Materials : Mahogany
Origin : English
Manufacture Date : c.1900
Hele, United Kingdom
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