Circa 1830, Scottish William IV mahogany tea table. In a rectangular shape, with canted and reeded fore-edge, with the top held in place by stout cast brass hinges. Above an unusual curved, flame mahogany face frieze, opening to a surface with an ash-lined well, and on a column with a mixture of turned, ring turned and fluted sections above a large raised collar. On a concave platform base above well carved legs with carved knees, scrolling end and on cast brass castors.
- Size 73cm high x 46cm wide x 44cm deep.