Circa 1920, mahogany drop leaf table by Whytock & Reid of Edinburgh. The unusual table when opened is similar in style to a George III supper table, except with the distinctive Whytock & Reid carvings at the ends. The solid mahogany top stands on a mahogany frame which has a gate leg action and elegant tapering legs finishing in a stylised foot with foliate carving. The table is elegant both open and closed, retains its original patination, has good colour and is sturdy.
- 67cm high x 94cm wide x 32cm deep opening to 105cm