This is a very good dressing table. It was made by Waring and Gillow in the 1930s and is excellent quality and would have cost a fortune new. The dressing table looks to be made in burr maple. It is a very exotic looking wood and maybe too exotic to be burr walnut.
A lovely Edwardian harris lebus mahogany washstand. We date this washstand to the early 20th century. The washstand sits on four downward tapered square section legs above ceramic castors. The main table top is an attractive dark red and white mottled marble sheet. The main cabinet consists of a pair of cupboards. The door fronts have central recessed panels and have inlaid banding. The doors are fitted with a decorative shaped drop loop handles mounted on shapely backplates, the doors are secured by ball and cup castors. The rear of the table is fitted with a large gallery supported at the front by two curvilinear brackets. The main panel has a central section housing a large sheet of marble matching the table top. There is a further shelf to the top of the gallery. The washstand has an overall height of 52.