Saturday, 9 January 2010


A late Edwardian mahogany and inlaid bowfront dressing table, on square tapered supports.

A Louis-Philippe mahogany, marble and gilt metal mounted dressing table, circa 1840, with oval mirror held within stylised swan supports, above a marble top with one drawer, on scrolling downswept supports on a plinth base with paw feet.

A George III mahogany bow-fronted dressing table, the top with a moulded edge, on lozenge sectioned legs.

A George V mahogany inlaid dressing table with glazed top, the fitted interior with silver gilt bottles and ivory manicure accessories, London 1910.

An early 19th century rectangular mahogany dressing table mirror with scroll brackets, pulvinated frieze drawers and turned feet.

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Mrs. Blandings said...

Would certainly make starting the day a good bit easier.

Karena said...

I have a table very similar to the one in the 2nd image (sans mirror), in the entry!

Pigtown-Design said...

yes, please! all of them!


columnist said...

The instruments in the George V dressing table look positively surgical. Not quite sure what you'd be dressing...