Circa 1800 and later, oval mahogany inlaid tray top table. The top has a raised gallery with string inlay on both sides. The tray itself has matching quarter veneered flame mahogany panels and multiple layers of crossbanding in kingwood, satinwood, boxwood and ebony. Beneath the tray is a deep apron which is again crossbanded and has mouldings above and below it. The whole piece stands on four elegant square tapering legs finishing on nice raised toes. All the legs have satinwood inlay which is on three sides, is rounded at the top and follows the form of legs. Excellent colour and condition. We believe this is a Georgian tray with later added legs to make a stylish side table.
- 74cm high x 73cm wide x 52.5cm deep.