Subcategory: Other Furniture
An Anglo-Indian teak Cabin Table.
It has 3 graduated, full depth drawers with brass skeletal campaign handles and diamond escutcheons to the locks. The top has 2 fold down leaves which are supported by lopers when opened. The carcase has a panelled construction and stands on turned baluster feet. This would be useful piece of furniture on board ship, where cabins were typically small. Its dual purpose provides good storage and a decent sized top which could be used as a desk or to dine off. With the top open, it extends to 35 inches wide. Circa 1860.
Closed Size is given.