Fitzroy Square Etagere Table
Fitzroy Square Etagere Table
Fitzroy Square Etagere Table
Fitzroy Square Etagere Table

Fitzroy Square Etagere Table

Regular price $2,900.00 Sale

Fitzroy Square Etagere Table beautifully made from nickel plated brass, with caster wheels and intricate finials at each corner.

* Available in a range of different materials and finishes.

Based on a Regency style, this table retains a timeless quality. A classic occasional table, the pairing of brass or nickel with glass or faux shagreen and square etagere makes this such a collectible piece.

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**available for pick up in our UES store. If you order online an additional delivery charge may apply, someone will contact you the next business day to provide delivery options and lead time based on your location or call 646.946.9404 for estimate based on item size, weight and delivery location. Discounts may not apply

DIMENSIONS: 17" L x 17" W x 22" H

MATERIALS: Nickel Plated Brass, Faux Shagreen

FACTS & HISTORY:  Regency Period Furniture (1800 - 1830)

Furniture styles often bear the name of the historical periods in which they occur. For English furniture, this often means naming a style after the king or queen on the throne at the time. With the Regency Period of furniture, the naming convention only partially applies and reveals the complicated political atmosphere of England at the time.

In 1811, the Prince of Wales assumed rule of the country, not as a king, but rather as an acting monarch while his father suffered a long bout of mental illness. His official title during this time was Regent, hence the name Regency Period. Prince George held the position for nine years until his father died, leaving him the throne. Officially known as King George IV from his coronation in 1820 until his death in 1830, his rule both marked the time period for the Regency Period style, but also helped to influence the aesthetics through his preferences and commissioned projects.