A George III mahogany serpentine card table
Lot 89
A George III mahogany serpentine card table
Sold for £2,500 (US$ 4,202) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A George III mahogany serpentine card table
The moulded folding top revealing a baize lining, on stop-fluted cabriole legs with rear gate-leg action, 91cm wide, 44cm deep, 73cm high (35.5" wide, 17" deep, 28.5" high).

Footnotes

  • A closely related card table with a different moulding pattern to the top is illustrated in F.Lewis Hinckley, Hepplewhite, Sheraton and Regency Furniture, London 1990, pl.174
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