Charles II Olive Oyster Table BADA Wiliam and Mary 1675-1690
Charles II Olive Oyster Table BADA Wiliam and Mary 1675-1690
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17th Century Olive Oyster Table

1670 to 1690 England

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17th Century Olive Oyster Table

Decorating taking shape…… Excuse the dust – I just couldn’t wait to share this exceptional and extremely rare 31” olive oyster table, circa 1670-90. The original freely carved Solomonic or twist legs terminate on a reversed pear, joined by ‘y’ shaped stretcher veneered in cross grain olive, raised on all four original bun feet.

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Condition

Superb original condition, including bun feet

Provenance

Private London Collection

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