Circa 1900, exhibition quality pair of walnut silvered and yew wood serving tables. In the manner of William Kent, with the yew wood cross banded tops, yew wood oysters and quarter matching veneers. Each table has an elaborate apron with a large full relief carved face of a goddess within a carved cartouche, with further foliate carving and large silvered scallop shells. The top standing on substantial cabriole legs with massive silvered lion heads to the tops, and silver faceted wrapping around the bottom of the leg, beneath this a realistic hairy paw foot.
- Size 83cm high x 150cm wide x 68cm deep