Circa 1890, George III style nest of four tables. The tops have wonderful figured satinwood centres which are crossbanded in light kingwood and have a small proud beading near the edge. The fore edges of the tables are also crossbanded in a similar timber which goes around all four sides. Beneath the top, there is small trestle on each end which is shaped and this carries the four elegant and thin turned legs. At the bottom of the legs is a platform base with splayed legs which have double inlay similar to that of the top and the back legs have a curved stretcher for support. Each of the tables fits into the one above it. The underside of each table has a scoop out on the front so you can grab it with your fingers, and at the back is a stop to stop the tables slipping through each other. Excellent colour and good condition.
- 68.5cm high x 49.5cm wide x 35cm deep