Circa 1830, William IV pollard oak, burr wood and inlaid work table. The rectangular table has a cross banded and inlaid top with twin flaps and a drawer to each end with ebony inlay and diamond shaped escutcheons. Beneath is a well carved and shaped apron and it leads on to raised, profusely carved lyre shaped supports with foliate carving with acanthus leaves. Standing on rectangular bases with well carved ends and c-scrolls with elaborately carved hairy paw feet.
- Size 70 cm high x 86 cm wide x 66 cm deep