Circa 1770. A stylish George III mahogany and inlaid fold over tea table. The D shaped top with eight elongated triangular flame mahogany panels forming a sun burst, framed in boxwood. The top is hinged and opens to reveal a rich mahogany interior, to the front a bow fronted drawer with original cast brass swan neck handle with elegant back plate, the drawer is fitted with three original metal tea canisters to the front. The table stands on four square tapering legs, one of the back legs is hinged and sweeps out to support the table when opened, and all finishing with a brass cup with brass castors beneath. Provenence from ‘Jordanstone’, sold by Christies, 21st of July 2004.
- 73cm High x 108cm Wide x 53cm Deep