Set of four English nesting side tables with ebonised wood inlay


This vintage quartet of nesting tables, made in England in the early 20th century, forms a beautiful, functional, and versatile antique furniture addition to one's home.


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This nest of tables, made in early twentieth century England, is a charming set of four side tables, stacking for storage, and opening out as required to form a functional and attractive furniture suite.

With two pairs of turned legs, marked by a series of horizontal gilt circular bands, the surface of each table features a simple yet effective geometric rectangular border in ebonised wood inlay. The rear set of legs of each piece are connected with a pair of stretchers which align when folded away. The three smaller pieces have a rectangular surface, diminishing in size, while the larger outer piece has a more ornate, curved border surface, given the set more style when stored or used as one.

A pleasing set, the tables naturally stack perfectly, and when unfurled make a versatile, practical and visually appealing suite, with a suitable touch of antique and Edwardian style.

Smallest: height 65cm, width 40cm, depth 34cm
Largest: height 70cm, width 60cm, depth 39cm


Country of Origin
British, English
Date of Manufacture
Early 20th Century
20th and 21st Century Design, Edwardian
Ebonised Wood, Wood
Black, Brown, Gold


70 cm / 27.6 inches
60 cm / 23.6 inches
39 cm / 15.4 inches


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