Catalogue No. 1697
This is a late 18th / early 19th century mahogany serpentine tea table, standing on square tapered back legs and romboid shaped front legs, having boxwood lined inlay. The front rail is fitted with a small drawer, with the drawer linings being constructed of oak. The top has an ebonized and boxwood inlay, with a crossbanded boarder of goncalo alves (sometimes referred to as tiger wood). The table has a single swing leg that supports the top when open. A very elegant table.
94 x 46 x 75 cm (W x D x H)