SOLD - English Georgian Period 18th Century Oak Lowboy Side Table with Carved Apron -- LiL

SOLD - An English Georgian period oak lowboy side table from the 18th century with three drawers, carved apron, cross-banded accents and straight legs. This English Georgian period oak lowboy side table, dating back to the 18th century, is a classic piece, echoing the refined elegance and sturdy craftsmanship of its era. The table features three drawers, each providing functional storage while contributing to the piece's overall aesthetic charm. The drawers and the tabletop are beautifully framed with cross-banded accents, a detail that adds a subtle decorative touch and highlights the table's clean lines and balanced proportions. The carved apron beneath the drawers is a testament to the artisan's skill and attention to detail, featuring intricate designs that enhance the table's visual appeal. This carving adds a sense of depth and texture to the piece, lending it a unique character. The table stands on straight legs, a design choice that provides stability and complements the table's traditional style. In a modern home, this oak lowboy side table could serve various purposes. It could be used as a charming bedside table in a bedroom, offering a surface for a lamp and ample storage for nighttime essentials. Alternatively, it could find its place in a living room or study, where it could function as an end table or a stand for displaying collectibles, photos, or a vase of flowers. Its size and design make it versatile for use in smaller spaces or as an accent piece in larger rooms. -- LiL
Place of Origin: England
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 20 1/2"W x 18"D x 27.50 H
Inventory Number: XXG554
Price: $2,950