Circa 1775, George III mahogany library table/desk. The rectangular shaped top has a brown leather writing surface with tooled edges. There is a narrow banding and an ogee moulded fore edge. Below this there are two drawers at the front and two at the back, with oak liners. The drawers have simple rounded escutcheon and cast brass oval handles (one changed). Beneath the drawers is a fine ogee moulding and stylish Chinese Chippendale style open fretwork brackets on each of the corners. The table stands on four square tapering legs finishing on brass castors. Neat size, good colour and sturdy.
- 79cm high x 107cm wide x 76cm deep.