An early 19th century Regency rosewood drop leaf lady’s work or sowing table.
The table has an oblong top with a beaded edge and two drop leaves that have a pair of shaped rosewood supports for each.
The pair of drawers have a cock bead edge, mahogany linings and brass knob handles with dummy drawers to the rear.
Beneath the two drawers is a material covered needlework compartment that slides forward for access.
The table stands on four rosewood short sabre legs with brass toes and casters.
The legs are attached to a circular platform which holds the octagonal centre column support.
The table is in very good condition, the needlework basket has been re-covered in the past and could be re-covered again. (Circa 1810)
Height 75.5cm (29.7 inches)
Width Closed 38.5cm (15.2 inches)
Width Open 70.5cm (27.8 inches)
Depth 50.3cm (19.8 inches)