Circa 1810, late George III mahogany serving table. The large rectangular table has curved breakfront ends and ebony inlay on the fore edge, below is a crossbanded fore edge and three further panels. The central panel is in flamed mahogany framed with ebony inlay and has shaped ends. The two end sections are bowfronted and again have flame mahogany, below which is an ebonised ribbed moulding which runs across the front and the sides. The table stands on six large bulbous and fluted tapering legs, finishing on turned feet. Good and good colour.
- 88cm high x 214.5cm wide x 71cm deep