18th century George III period breakfast table or centre table standing on four splay pedestal base. This table is unusual as it is made of satinwood which is an extremely rare and very beautiful timber with a three dimensional quality when viewed first hand. This table has several other desirable aspects to the design, the four splay leg arrangement is the most elegant design, the lack of frieze means maximum leg room for guests and the cross banding detail is a very nice to have.
All in all a very fine table indeed it does not get better that this.
English circa 1790 £9800
140cm / 55¼” wide
142cm / 55¾” wide
71cm / 28″ high