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Edwardian Pak Dumbwaiter c.1910

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H: 134cm W: 157cm D: 51cm

An antique Edwardian era three-tier dumbwaiter made in oak with turned legs, the top tier is recessed, all in original condition with great patina, circa 1910.

Condition: perfect

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Spotlight | Edwardian Period, 1901-1910

The Edwardian period marked a transition between the ornate and decorative Victorian era and the sleek and modern Art Deco movement. It was an era marked by a desire for luxury and refinement, which was reflected in the furniture of the time, before the interruption of the First World War.

Edwardian furniture is characterized by its elegance, sophistication, and attention to detail. Designers of the time favored delicate and intricate motifs such as garlands, swags, and ribbons, which were often carved into the wood or applied as decorative elements on the surface.

Edwardian furniture tends to be made in mahogany, rosewood, and satinwood, with inlaid marquetry designs or embellished with gilt-bronze mounts. Despite its opulent appearance, Edwardian furniture was also designed with functionality in mind. This was a period of great innovation in furniture design, with the introduction of new technologies such as the coil spring, which allowed for more comfortable seating.

Image: An Edwardian leather sofa demonstrates how the period bridged the gap between Victorian and Art Deco. The sofa is still chesterfield shape (a Victorian classic) but no longer with deep buttons, it has a much smoother, sleeker surface and the large tubular cushions foreshadow the obsession with geometric circles to come.