A good mid-Victorian cast iron conservatory table
with a nicely worn painted patina,
the later circular slate top on slender tapered knopped stem, with foliate clasps, raised on a spreading foot and a circlet of stiff-leaf mouldings, the square plinth with coved sides raised on four foliate-cast pad feet,
Dimensions: 68cm (26¾") High, 41cm (16¼") Wide
This table base is a very good example of the cast iron furniture being produced by art foundries such as Coalbrookdale, Carron and the Lion foundry for both the domestic and public house trade in the 1850's.