Circa 1815. A pair of mahogany carved tables in the manner of ‘William Trotter’ of Edinburgh. Rectangular tops in flamed mahogany with classic Trotter beaded fore-edge. The tops are hinged and swivel open to reveal a polished interior. There is a small frieze which is beaded similar to that of the top, the beading continues around all sides making the pair of table’s free standing. The top rests on a stylish flared stem, with foliate carving in the center, resting on a concave platform base supported on four bun feet with concealed casters beneath.
- 78cm H, 91cm W, 46cm D