Georgian mahogany tripod table

A Georgian mahogany tripod table.

Also an occasional table or lamp table. This handsome example is made from dense closely grained timber making it heavier than is usual and therefore a very stable and sturdy tripod table. The circular top tilts by releasing a brass catch. The turned shaft and spiral are crisply carved. The mahogany top is not highly figured suggesting it was possibly made to hold a laden salver or heavy lamp. Well proportioned, original colour and deep patina. Old repair to the top.

Circa 1775

Height 29 inches 74 cms

Width 28.5 inches 73 cms

All measurements approximate

£ 660.00

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