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Chippendale Period Mahogany Tilt Top Tripod Table.

Dates: circa 1760.

Dimensions:

69.00cm high (27.17 inches high)
54.00cm diameter (21.26 inches diameter)

Description / Expertise:

- Striking small ocassional table, 21" diameter.
- Ergonomic design, functioning as a table and as a sculptural piece with the top up when not in sue.
- Classic, Chippendale period mahogany, tilt-top tripod table with a piecrust edge.
- Finely figured tilt-top with a crisply carved, carved piecrust edge.
- Finely turned, vase shaped stem with classical, carved ornamentation.
- Sweeping tripod legs with fine acanthus leaf carving.
- Original brass catch.
- Original rich colour and lustrous patina.

Diameter 54cm., 21 in.
Table top height 69cm., 27 in.
Top raised height 100cm., 39.5 in.
 
This piece does not require a Cites certificate, it is not made from Swietenia humilis.



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