Catalogue No. 2237
This is a French mahogany drop-flap centre table dating from the second Empire period (c.1870). The table stands on carved cabriole legs decorated with scroll work and a single bell flower motif. The legs terminate with scroll toes and stand on original brass castors, fitted with hardwood wheels (lignum vitae). The table is fitted with a single drawer that retains its original key. The top has a moulded edge and is fitted with a shaped drop-flap to each side. The flaps are supported with hinged mahogany supports. The table is of excellent quality throughout, with no damage or marks. The drawer and flaps work perfectly.
Width with flaps raised - 132cm
87 x 66 x 75 cm (W x D x H)