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 Large & Intricately Inlaid Anglo Indian Octagonal Side/traveling Table
4949
circa 1900

originally used as traveling tea tables for the British in India; the octagonal top with central medallion surrounded stylized foliate designs within a border of meandering vines; raised on a hinged base with arabesque spandrels; excellent antique condition with overall warm patina; some replacements to inlay 

Height: 
24"
Width: 
24"
Depth: 
24"
$5,650
Available
A Large & Intricately Inlaid Anglo Indian Octagonal Inlaid Side/traveling Table
5078
circa 1900

originally used as traveling tea tables for the British in India; the octagonal top with central stylized floral medallion surrounded foliate designs; raised on a hinged base with arabesque spandrels; excellent antique condition with overall warm patina

Height: 
24.5"
Width: 
24"
Depth: 
24"
$5,800
Available
60503
circa 1920

the square upholstered seat above a stick and ball carved openwork apron surrounded by an intricately inlaid body; raised on square supports joined by arabesque spandrels all over turned feet; good antique condition with overall even wear and patina; small areas of replaced inlay; new leather upholstery

Height: 
21"
Seat height: 
21"
Width: 
16.5"
Depth: 
16.5"
$7,850
Sold
60497
1960's/70's

each crafted from hardwood inlaid with exotic materials, i.e. ebony and bone, surmounted by an inset woven double-coved seat above an intricate openwork apron all raised on turned supports; good vintage condition 

 

Height: 
15"
Seat height: 
15"
Width: 
14.5"
Depth: 
14.5"
$2,750
Sold
 intricately inlaid anglo indian octagonal side/traveling table with brass and copper inlay
4753
circa 1900

originally used as traveling tea tables for the british in india; the octagonal top with central star medallion surrounded multiple geometric and foliate designs within an outer foliate vine border; raised on a hinged base with open fretwork; excellent antique condition with some patination to top

Height: 
20"
Width: 
20"
Depth: 
20"
$3,200
Available
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