George IV Tilt-Top Pedestal Table

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A honey colored mahogany tilt-top small dining table or large breakfast table with horizontal reeded "beehive" pedestal, raised on four spider form legs with scrolled knees; on well proportioned brass casters. Generously seats four. Can accommodate six. An unusually striking pedestal and quadruped form.


    Of the Period
    Place of Origin
    Date of Manufacture
    circa 1825
    19th Century
    Materials and Techniques
    Forged   Brass
    Hand-Carved   Mahogany
    Good. Polished original finish. Structurally tight and sound. Some reasonable and expected surface marring, for a frequently used table of its age and intended purpose..
    Wear consistent with age and use
    29.5 in. H x 57 in. W x 48 in. D
    75 cm H x 145 cm W x 122 cm D
    Seller Location
    Woodbury, CT
    Reference Number
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