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Journeyman's Sample Table

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A Victorian journeyman’s sample of a typical figured walnut oval tilt top ‘loo’ table, the top quarter veneered and with boxwood stringing and with a half round edge.

The base with 4 turned pillar supports with and a central finial standing on carved cabriole legs. English, last quarter of the Victorian era

11 ¼ in x 8 3/8 in x h:6 ¾ in

A Loo table is a table model from the 18th and 19th centuries, originally designed for the playing of the card game ‘loo’, which was also known as lanterloo. The hinged, tip-top mecahanism, allowing for the easy storage of the table when not in use.



Item Code: 4678

£ 1200

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