Georgian Mahogany Circular Tilt Top Tripod Table


  • A simple yet substantial mid-eighteenth century tripod table
  • Crafted from imported South American Mahogany notable for its strength and colour
  • This is an early 18th-century tripod table, the pad feet date it to circa 1735
  • The design is very much based on earlier walnut furniture, though the strength of the wood was exploited by the cabinetmaker
  • As a testament to the quality of material, the mahogany top remains perfectly flat
  • H70 x 87cm
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A fine early eighteenth-century tilt top tripod table, the circular mahogany top supported on a turned column base and three out-swept cabriole legs with pad feet.

England, circa 1735


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