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.