A pair of early 19th century English period Regency parcel-ebonized wooden side tables featuring a dodecagon molded top over a baluster-turned support with ebonized rings. Each table is raised on a triangular base with concave sides below three S-scrolled supports centered by an inverted cup baluster-shaped leg enclosed in an ebonized corolla-shaped collar. A small triangular stretcher joins the heads of the parcel-ebonized reeded volutes while ebonized inlays run on both triangular platforms. Each piece rests on three Antiquity-inspired bronze paw feet, characteristic of the Regency style in the beginning of the 19th century, a time when taste was steeped in classical culture. This pair of elaborate and refined English period Regency side tables, circa 1820, would offer a great place to put decorations or plants in any traditional home.
16 in. (41 cm) x 28.25″H