Circa 1820s, George IV mahogany and rosewood cross banded fold over tea table. The D shaped table has a rosewood cross banded top, is hinged at the back and opens to reveal a solid mahogany interior. The top swivels on its base and the apron follows the form of the table, with string inlay and rosewood banding on its edge. It stands on 4 stylish turned ebonised ring feet, tapering and finishing on a bulbous toe with brass cups and castors.
- Size 74 cm high x 92 cm wide (closed) x 91 cm wide (open) x 45 cm deep (closed) x 92 cm deep (open)