George IV Mahogany Occasional Table


Product Description

Circa 1830, George IV mahogany occasional table.  The table with its rectangular top, rounded corners and fine moulded edge. Beneath the top there is a turned column. The column tapers from top until it hits the ring supports and then there is a series of bulbous rings until it comes to the top of the base. From the top of the base 3 reeded sabre legs protrude. At the end of the legs there is a turned finial and a square block and all 3 legs stand on a double turned bun foot.  The table is sturdy, clean and functional.


  • 71cm high x 53.5cm wide x 40cm deep.

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