Circa 1830. A good George IV rosewood fold over tea table. The top in well figured rosewood, is hinged to reveal a rich rosewood interior, with a small compartment beneath the top. The table has a simple frieze, all resting on a shaped canted urn shaped stem, sitting on a concave platform base with beading to the fore edge. Resting on squat bub feet with concealed castors beneath.
- 75cm H, 95cm W, 46cm D