George III wine-table, in the manner of Gillows, of semi-circular or horseshoe form (leaf removed). The semi-circular table having top and leaf cut from a single 30.5" wide mahogany top over a conforming apron raised on turned and fluted tapering legs ending in brass cup casters. Each end of the outer surface with a drop-leaf which would be raised when in use. These tables were used in front of the fire with the center leaf removed and the drop-leafs raised. Guests would sit around the papameter of the table where the host would serve wine and spirits.Today these tables make great writing/library tables.
Measurements: 62"w x 30.5"d (+12"with drop-leafs raised) x 29.5"h
Alan and Ann Cunha Antiques
||19th Century (1801-1900)|
||Good overall condition, top re-polished.|
||62"w x 30.5"d x 29.5"h
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