Circa 1830, A rare pair of late George IV rosewood and goncalo alves circular occasional tables. The tops have well figured rosewood veneers, with a simple fore-edge featuring half round beading. This leads on to a pedestal stem with a variety of ring turning and tapering sections, some blocks with applied flower heads, and carved acanthus leaves. The tables stand on raised concave-shaped platform bases with beaded fore-edge and finishing on 3 fluted feet.
- Size 69 cm high x 31 cm deep