Circa 1820. A rare nest of three George IV rosewood occasional tables. The rectangular tops with rounded corners with fine figured rosewood. Each of the tables with beaded fore edge, all standing r on four elegant tapering spider legs, intersected towards the base by a convex stretcher which allows the tables to nest onto each other. All resting on trestle ends with simple feet.
- Largest table – 76cm High x 60cm Wide x 34cm Deep