Antique English Carved Oak Dolphin Library Desk Renaissance Gothic Sofa Table
Antique English Carved Oak Dolphin Library Desk Renaissance Gothic Ebonized
~Direct from England~
~A wonderful antique English carved oak library tale or “bureau plat” desk, commonly referred to as a ‘dolphin’ table, so called for the ornately carved “dolphin” feet!~
~The versatile size makes its perfect for a companion desk or sofa table…wonderfully versatile for use in today’s home!~
~Incredible detailed carving, captivating features~
~Ornately done relief carved lion masks on the canted corners~
~ Gothic drop finials & arches~
~Renaissance flair & mythical sea creature feet~
~Fancy relief carvings(swirls & French flourish’s) on the frieze~
~CARVED ON ALL SIDES, PERFECT for placement anywhere in a room because there's not a "back side"~
~Full length drawer on the front~
~SOLID OAK with a beautiful ebonized finish~
~Original maker’s tag inside:
30.5”height x 41.5” x 24”.
Professional packaging and shipping on this item will require freight service due to the size.
White glove service , fully insured, FOB Shreveport, delivered and placed inside your home (first floor only), typically 4-6 weeks, depending on your location.
Please email me with your zip code for estimate or call 318-820-1393.
This item is in good condition for its age, with normal signs of age and use, dings, scratches, and other imperfections.
I always provide multiple photos that should be considered as an integral part of the description and I encourage you to email me with any questions you might have prior to bidding. Please keep in mind antique furniture should be purchased for its uniqueness, higher quality material and craftsmanship and antique patina, charm and character….NOT for like-new condition!!!
I also invite you to take a minute to visit my online store, Geaux Vintage Antiques, to see more English and European antique furniture, barley twist items, beveled mirrors, wall shelves, and many other unique and personally selected pieces for your home or office décor!
…”with all that, why Geaux anywhere else?”…