A William IVth (circa 1835) mahogany breakfast tilt top table of excellent patina.
This table consists of a circular finely figured mahogany top with cross banded edge leading down to a figured mahogany frieze with a moulded edge, all of excellent patina (colour).
The base consists of a turned column with carved acanthus decoration and carved gadroon collar below, the tri-form figured mahogany pedestal base having carved scroll brackets and terminating with carved paw feet with castors below.
This table is in very good condition for age, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home.
Height: 28.25” / 71.75cm (top down)
60.25” / 153cm (top tilted)
Width: 51.75” / 131.5cm
Depth: 51.75” / 131.5cm