A 19th century Syrian, square, hardwood and walnut occasional table, inlaid with bone and white metal and profusely inlaid with mother-of-pearl floral sprays and foliage, the top with a large inset panel, with scrolling foliate borders above conforming fielded panelled sides, each with a lower ballustraded section with a shaped apron below, raised on turned feet, minor damage and losses, 61cm wide x 61cm deep x 70cm high
Sold for £1,800
Overall - pretty good condition, save for some small chips, including the feet and missing one balustrade and several mother-of-pearl leaves, including one on the top. Evidence of old woodworm.
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