Edward William Godwin (after), a walnut square occasional table. Made by Wells and Co. Bedford, on ringturned supports united with an undertier.
Godwin’s original design for these coffee tables were plagiarised by many manufacturers of the day. This particular variation has its own merits and is one of the better copies of the period See Soros, Susan Weber ‘The Secular Furniture of E.W. Godwin’, p. 72, illus. 47 for the original
Height 26 1/2" 70cm, Depth 16 1/2" 42cm. Circa 1880.