This is indeed a rare and elegant piece of furniture with a great deal of character and indeed history! The Georgian era also known as the Age of Aristocracy in England produced fabulous furniture and this table is no exception.

This fine example of wine table shows the full character of the harmony of the Georgian era. Constructed from quality solid mahogany it has a rectangular top and its original brass catch which allows the table to tilt upright. The catch is in full working order. It stands on a solid and firm baluster turned column on umbrella shaped tripod legs terminating with spade feet.

The table has good original patina and beautiful figured top. The table being this old shows the unique characteristics of age with some evident shrinkage in the table top. This item dates back to Circa 1790.

Georgian furniture survived in numbers due to the quality of the craftmanship and timbers used. This table is a striking testimony of classic attractiveness that lasts for generations. Buying a piece of antique is for you to enjoy and it is a good investment.

Dimensions: H: 74 cm (29 inches); W: 60 cm (23.5 inches); D: 71 cm (28 inches); when open H: 1.14 m (45 inches)
Condition report: Visually this is a stunning piece with its attractive warm mahogany colour and slender lines. This is an antique piece over 200 years old and exudes history, classicism and good taste. The table top has visible wood shrinkage in line with the age of this table. The base has been professionally repaired and restored. Please review carefully the photographs of this precious table.

Fine George III (c1790) Tripod Mahogany Wine Table