Circa 1810. A rare and unusual late George III mahogany inlaid snap top breakfast table, which is curved on all sides, with broad crossbanding with bookmatch flame mahogany. The very unusual fore edge with foliate carving in solid ebony, is framed by boxwood inlay. The top is hinged and opens, and is held in place by two brass clasps. All resting on an elegant shaped stem with a turned collar towards the base and further ring turning, sitting on four massive ribbed saber legs finishing with a cast brass foot with brass castors beneath.
- 75cm H, 148cm W, 122cm D