Circa 1790, late George III foldover mahogany tea table. The stylish crossbanded and shaped top opens to reveal a solid interior. Beneath the top the string inlay frames the shape nicely. There is a single drawer in the centre with boxwood inlay and stylish escutcheons. The table stands on four square tapering legs which are inlaid with the classic Scottish inlay at the top, finishing on brass tipped square castors. Good tea table.
- 73cm high x 101cm wide x 46.5cm deep