Antiques

Early 19th Century Scottish Mahogany Console Table - £8,500

Note: James Mein was a member of a family of cabinetmakers working in Kelso until the closure of the firm through insolvency in 1854. Work from James Mein (uncle and nephew) was commissioned by the 5th and 6th Dukes of Roxburgh for Floors Castle, and by the Earls of Haddington.

Product Information

Mahogany console table from the early 19th century of shallow proportions with a marble top.

Supported upon a wide frieze with carved decoration. The whole piece is raised upon a pair of carved cabriole legs which end in lion paws.
Note: James Mein was a member of a family of cabinetmakers working in Kelso until the closure of the
firm through insolvency in 1854. Work from James Mein (uncle and nephew) was commissioned by the
5th and 6th Dukes of Roxburgh for Floors Castle, and by the Earls of Haddington.
Measurements:
Depth: 56cms
Width: 132cms
Height: 92cms