Circa 1810, very stylish late George III/Regency tripod occasional table. The solid, shaped top has a wonderful carved edge. It has its original brass clasp on the back and opens to reveal the original block. The shaft of the table is a combination of turning and wonderful fluting, which is bulbous as it continues down towards the base. Beneath the fluted section there are turned sections and the table stands on 3 elegant reeded sabre legs finishing on simple square toes. The table is an unusual transitional table; the top looking more George III and the base looking Regency, but the top and base are original. The table has good colour and patination.
- 70cm high x 57cm diameter.