circa: 1890 width: 48 height: 31 length: 24 This charming antique marble-top walnut table was created in Victorian England around 1890. This table is made of solid walnut, which is a practice that has all but disappeared into the furniture world of today, given the rarity and expense of walnut. Over the years the walnut has developed a rich patina which adds to its beauty. The solid-brass scalloped drawer pulls contrasts wonderfully with its lustrous complexion. This Victorian table has been fitted with a substantial marble top with two frieze drawers. The drawers boast dovetailed joints in the front and rear which is rare even in a piece of this age. Whimsical hand-carved vines and leaves cover both drawers. A hand-carved skirt surrounds the front and sides of this piece and turned legs add to its decorative appeal. There are locks but no keys. There are some imperfections in the marble top (see pictures). This antique table originally functioned as a washstand but since it no longer has a backsplash it would function wonderfully as a side table or server. Otherwise, this antique Victorian table remains as sturdy as ever and will continue to function and grow more beautiful for generations to come!