Circa 1860, quarter-sewn oak and pollard oak foldover card table in style of Lorimer or Gillows of Lancaster. With rounded corners to the top, which has pollard oak cross banding and is hinged, opening to reveal a felt lined surface. The top rotates and beneath is an oak storage area, and beneath it is a fielded, pollard oak panel with simple beading. The sides have quarter brackets with a C scroll and Greek key pattern, and lead onto a turned, bulbous section which tapers down to a reeded section above the brass cups and porcelain castors. There is a cruciform stretcher uniting the legs, and it is polished to all sides (so is free-standing).
- 75 cm high x 51 cm wide (closed) x 102 cm wide (open) x 93 cm deep