Mahogany tripod table with a rectangular top, Ehgland, George II period, circa 1750
Christie's New York, 25 October 1986, Fine English and Continental Furniture and Objects of Art, lot 138
England. George II period, c. 1750
Mahogany wood; casters under feet leather
H68.6 x W63.5 x D50.2 cm (27 x 25 x 19 3/4 in.)
The rectangular top has a moulded edge and rests on four curved supports attached to a central column with turned round boss. The column is turned with a spiral twist knop and tripod cabriole legs with scroll feet and leather casters.
Christie’s, New York, 25 October 1986, Fine English and Continental Furniture and Objects of Art, lot 138 (hammer price $13,200)
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