Circa 1760, George III British 3 tier mahogany dumb waiter of classical shape. Likely of Dutch origins, with the later addition of profusely inlaid Dutch marquetry. Each revolving tier is inlaid with slightly different patterns, with double string inlay to the sides and the inlaid designs continuing to the columns between each tier. Standing on a classic George III tripod base sweeping down to pad feet.
Size 110 cm high x 39 cm diameter (smallest) x 57 cm diameter (largest)