Circa 1815, Scottish Regency period free-standing library table. The rectangular shaped top is in flame mahogany with a cross banded edge and two bands of ebonised inlay to the fore-edge. The deep frieze holds two real drawers and faux drawers with ash liners, with an ebonised pattern to the drawer fronts. Standing on ring turned and fluted base leading on to hipped sabre legs with ebonised inlay and cast brass hairy paw foot with brass castors.
Size 74 cm high x 88 cm wide x 57 cm deep