Circa 1800. A neat size late George III mahogany and inlaid fold over tea table. The D shaped top, which opens to a mirror matched interior, has a deep shaped apron with a satinwood plaque in the centre, ebony string inlay, and further inlay on the side panels. The back legs are hinged and swing out to support the table when it’s open. There’s a small inlaid panel on the top of each of the legs, the whole piece stands on 4 elegant Gillows style, turned, fluted and tapering legs which finish on an elegant toe.
- 72cm H, 90cm W, 45cm D