Circa 1760, George III mahogany occasional table. The solid top has been re-polished and has chamfered edges. Beneath this is a small moulding on the back and two cross stretchers. The top has the original brass spring loaded clasp and sits on a solid block. There is a wonderful turned, fluted, and carved column with a bulbous section with carved acanthus leaves. Beneath this is a carved circular bezel with geometric patterns, standing on carved cabriole legs with hairy paw feet. (Old repairs to feet.) Sturdy and functional, and very stylish.
- 69cm high x 65cm diameter.