Regency furniture was frequently produced in luxurious materials with veneers of zebrawood, mahogany, and rosewood, and often embellished with patinated and gilt mounts. A purely British invention, this sofa table may have been used for writing, dressing, or intimate dining, making its sleek form suitable for domestic use.
- English (London), about 1810–20
- Overall: 71.1 x 149.2 x 61 cm (28 x 58 3/4 x 24 in.)
- Medium or Technique
- Calamander, satinwood, and rosewood, inlaid with brass, gilt-lacquered metal mounts; brass casters
- Accession Number
- On view
- Susan Morse Hilles Gallery (Regency) - 152