Circa 1815, George III sofa table. A classic shaped sofa table with mahogany top, rosewood cross banding and string inlay separating the two. The table has 2 rectangular drop down flaps with rounded corners and a boxwood banding in rosewood continuing down the sides. At the back of the table are 2 dummy drawers with classic Georgian escutcheons and cast brass circular handles with a stylish decorated top and ring back plate. At the front are 2 full length working drawers with ash linings indicating that the table is perhaps Scottish. The table has 2 solid gables which have string inlay and as they continue down there is a turned cross stretcher between them, with the whole piece standing on 4 sabre legs with boxwood inlay on the edges. There is a single block at each end and as the sabre leg continues down it finishes with a block. At the top of the block there is a turned rondel and beneath the block is a turned section. These then stand on 4 brass cups with brass castors beneath.
- Size 72 cm high x 93 cm wide (closed) x 151 cm wide (open) x 71 cm deep