George II Supper Table. c.1750.

At first glance it seems like just another fold over tea table, albeit on of unusual design. Look a little more closely and you’ll notice the pleasing lines, the pierced detail and the early, Chippendale style foot. Try to lift it and you’ll be aware of the quality of the timber used. Spend a little more time with it and you might just fall in love with this table.
A wonderful piece of Georgian furniture dating from the middle of the 18th century. The back legs hinge open to support the top which folds over to make a very elegant square supper table. Rare, beautiful, practical and small – what more could you want?
Dimensions closed – width 34″, depth 17″, height 29″.

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