A fine example of a victorian demi-lune table suitable for any part of the house and often used as hall decoration. The maker of this piece is the famous Bowman Brothers of Camden London who operated a store in Camden between 1890- 1950. They made high quality furniture for the middle classes of London on a par with Heals and Maples. The Demi Lune often had a dual use as an end extension to the main dining table and often placed against a wall in the hallway when not in use as an extension. The patina on the surface attests to its use but also the condition it has been kept in as a cherished piece of furniture. It measures 42 inches wide 105cm x 19.5 inches depth 50cm x 70 cm height 27.5 inches.