Circa 1830, William IV ebonised occasional table. With solid circular top with moulded edge, standing on a ring turned, tapering column to the top and a block beneath with cast brass and gilded flower heads. This leads on to further ring turning and tapers dramatically down, similar to a bee hive. It has a gadrooned collar to the triangular platform base and is on gilded, winged hairy paw feet with flower heads to the fore-edge.
- Size 63 cm high x 51 cm diameter