An early 19th century superb quality Regency mahogany & brass inlaid card table - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
This table consists of a top with superb quality curl mahogany veneers with brass inlaid stringing and rosewood cross banding leading down to the edge of the two brass inlaid leaves.
The two leaves open to reveal an interior surface of green baize in very good condition.
This leads down to the fine quality mahogany veneered frieze with a central panel of a stylised anthemion inlaid in brass and ebony, to each side is an inlaid brass design with fleur de lys to the corners and a reeded ebony moulding below.
The table stands on a platform base with pierced and shaped supports with brass stringing.
The platform base has inlaid brass fleur de lys decoration with four outswept splayed legs, each with brass and rosewood roundels with inlaid brass line and arrows.
The legs lead down to the original gilt brass castors of hairy paw design.
The top has had some movement in the past and has an old repair which can be seen on the photographs.
This table is in very good condition for age, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home.
Height:28.75'' / 73cm
Width: 36'' / 91.5cm
Depth: 18'' / 46cm top open: 36'' / 91.5cm