Circa 1790 and later, neat sized George III mahogany tray top commode (adapted). The top has a wrap around gallery, raised at the corners. Below this at the side there are cut out lifting handles, and at the front there are 2 cupboards with beaded doors and stylish brass knob handles with flowers cast in the centre. Inside is a simple cupboard. Beneath this there is a single full length drawer which has rectangular cast brass handles with chamfered sides, a ribbed facing and stylish handles almost Gillows style or Young & Trotter. The whole piece stands on 4 square legs which are slightly tapering. Good size surface for lamps.
- 77cm high x 55.5cm wide x 45cm deep.