Circa 1800, late George III mahogany inlaid foldover tea table, in the manner of Bruce and Burns of Edinburgh. In a D shape, with mahogany top featuring boxwood and ebony inlay and crossbanding in tulipwood. The hinged top opens to reveal an inside with satinwood or boxwood banding, and it has a drawer with heraldic boxwood escutcheon, satinwood banding and original cast brass and gilded handles with lion masks. Inside the drawers are the original divisions. The 2 back legs are hinged, swinging out and a 3rd back leg is fixed for extra stability. The front legs taper down to a squared toe, and all have inlay to the front.
- Size 78 cm high x 96 cm wide x 46 cm deep (closed) x 91 cm deep (open)