Circa 1815, Regency mahogany sofa table with satinwood, ebony, rosewood and tulip wood cross banding. The top in goncalo alves has a wonderful cross banding starting with an ebonised section, satinwood, rosewood which has tulip wood string inlay to it. When the leaves are up there are D-rounded corners and to the front are 2 drawers in the apron. The drawers have similar inlay to the top but in a smaller scale at their base. The back of the table has a polished apron with no drawers. The table stands on 4 turned, tapering and ring turned columns which sit in a raised platform with the same veneer as seen on the top. The polished fore-edge has double string continuing all the way around and beneath this are 4 stylish sabre legs with veneers and inlay, and the legs finish on a cast brass hair paw foot with brass castors beneath. The table is in excellent colour and condition.
- 72 cm high x 91 cm wide (closed) x 149 cm wide (open) x 61 cm deep.