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Tea Table, Mahogany, Ca. 1770

England Ca. 1770

A tea table made of mahogany from England in the George III period. A high quality example with a one piece solid crotch grained top. The turned post features a swirl fluted urn above three leaf carved legs ending in ball and claw feet.




Very good ++ antique condition with normal signs of age and use.


28.5" H X 31" Diam. X 46" High with top up

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