Circa 1810, George III mahogany occasional table. The square solid mahogany has a thin flat edge, over a single drawer in the front with a scribed beading and simple rounded bottom escutcheon. Inside the drawer divisions have been added, which could be removed. The whole piece stands on four square tapering legs. The table is freestanding and polished on all sides.
- 72cm high x 44.5cm wide x 42cm deep.