A 17th Century pewter and ebony inlaid side table.

The rectangular brass moulded top above a frieze drawer, raised on square tapered legs with gilt brass capitals and collars and united by a flat stretcher on brass capped turned and tapered feet, decorated throughout with cut and engraved pewter, brass and ebony strapwork flowers and scrolls, 59cm by 100.5cm, but reduced in depth, probably originally with a superstructure. Possibly by Gerrit Jensen, cabinet maker to the Royal Household from the reign of Charles II to Queen Anne and the only cabinet maker working in this technique in England at this date.





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