29 inches high, 18 inches wide at top and 14 inches deep
at top (maximum).
The platform base 16.5 inches wide at feet and 12.5
inches deep at feet.
For metric please multiply each inch by 2.5
The table with rising lid dressed and crossbanded in Coromandel - a beautiful exotic wood used only on the finest pieces of cabinet work. The table is English and made between 1815 and 1825 by a City based cabinet maker.
The elegantly turned column is solid mahogany, ebonised and decorated with gilt in the classic Regency geometric form of spade shapes interspersed with pearl darts. The table top has an ebonised moulded frame to each side and has canted corners and very finely made interior. The carved scrolled feet are part gilded also and form a strong stable base for the coromandel dressed and crossbanded platform base.
The table retains its original tiny brass lock, esutcheon, hinges and working key. The lid rises smoothly and is well balanced, staying upright when opened and closing properly with no warps. The thickly cut coromandel is in excellent condition with no lifting, cracks, replacements or restoration. The interior of the table is in immaculate clean and original condition also. No woodworm, wobbles, loose joints, damage or repairs of any kind and only very light wear consistent with a table which has been exceptionally well cared for all of its life..
A stunning, genuine and rare little Regency table - highly recommended and guaranteed to delight.