Hall Table Aesthetic Movement Cedar Antique
An interesting little hall table made in the mid 1800’s in London by celebrated cabinet maker T.H. Filmer. Fearuring the restrained and elegant decorative style associated with the Aesthetic Period. Please note the unusual side drawer. We are fortunate that this is a fairly compact piece and would fit in most homes. Originally displayed in the Oxford Street showroom of the maker at the same time Charles Dickens himself strolled the streets of London. Who knows if he may have admired it’s shape as he peered through the glass of the gaslit window panes one evening in the metropolis.
106 cm wide 44 cm deep and 93 cm high.