Circa 1825. A good pair of George IV mahogany fold over tea tables. The rectangular tops with rounded corners and reeded fore edge are hinged and open to reveal the solid mahogany interior. The tops swivel and beneath is a small concealed drawer. To the front is a shaped frieze with mirror matched mahogany cross banding and finishing with a small rondel which is connected by a ring turned stretcher, which runs from the front to the back to the tables, all on a large ring turned and tapering column which rests on a concave platform base with a simple beaded fore edge, resting on four shaped feet which sit on brass casters.