A highly important early  19th century brass mounted rosewood centre table attributed to Morel and Seddon, having a beautifully faded figured rosewood circular top with fine nulled brass edge above a frieze with four drawers and four dummy drawers with later brass knobs above a brass line, supported by a concave fluted parcel gilt column of simulated rosewood; on a triform concave sided platform base with carved giltwood paw feet on rosewood blocks.
Note: Bearing label 'Windsor Castle Room 255 / 1886, No 31' to underside and having an impressed stamp '1886 Room 255, Windsor Castle'.

Literature: Illustrated:
‘Windsor Castle-The State Apartments III’, Country Life, 20th December, p.807, ill.10, The State Bedchamber. Photographed:
Country Life, 1910, in The State Bedroom, Windsor Castle.


  • Provenance

    The Royal Collection at Windsor Castle.
    Mallett, London.
    Private collection, England.


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