This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A Good Quality George III Period Mahogany Hexagonal 
Drum Table Having Well Figured Top With Segmented 
Veneers And Ebonised Strung Decoration Over Six Frieze
Drawers With Later Brass Handles Raised On Elegant Turned
Central Column Terminating With Tripod Legs And Original 
Brass Castors 

(An elegant and good quality example of its type this is smaller than
most centre tables whilst still being larger than most occasional or 
lamp tables. The segmented top is a most unusual feature, as is the fact
that the segmented top is hexagonal. It is also quite a nice feature to 
have six drawers rather than the usual drawer, false drawer, drawer, false
drawer arrangement which is so common. The brass knobs are replaced
but of a style contemporary to the piece and work nicely on it. Overall the 
condition is excellent and it is ready to be immediately used in 
whatever environment required.)

Circa 1800

Height - 28.5in
Width - 36in
Depth - 31in

Stock number

Open by appointment and at fairs (see also under The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent)