Mahogany Writing And Work Table

I ft. 10 in*., wide ■ I ft. 7 ins. deep • 2 ft. 7 ins. high. Date about 1790.

that the trade of the maker of artificial limbs was also in a moribund condition, and beseeching that the King would lend his royal favour to the introduction of wooden legs in the court ciicle.

If the fashionable dressing tables of the later eighteenth century were far removed from the ornate pieces of furniture generally used at the present day, the washstands of the period were more primitive still. Fig. 307 combines this office with that of the toilet table, a mirror, hinged on the top and strutted below, being attached to a sliding frame rising behind the hole cut in the top for the basin. The next example, Fig. 308, is chiefly notable for the delicate proportions and the beautiful figure of the

Fig. 319. SATINWOOD TABLE.

In the possession of C. II. F. Kinderniann, Esq. Table: I ft. loi ins. wide ■ I ft. 4 ins. deep ■ 2 f.. 5! ins. high.

Book Carrier : I ft. 7 ins. wide x 9 ins. deep I ft. 3 ins. total height to top of handle. r>i!te about 1790 5.

Fig. 319. SATINWOOD TABLE.

In the possession of C. II. F. Kinderniann, Esq. Table: I ft. loi ins. wide ■ I ft. 4 ins. deep ■ 2 f.. 5! ins. high.

Book Carrier : I ft. 7 ins. wide x 9 ins. deep I ft. 3 ins. total height to top of handle. r>i!te about 1790 5.

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