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Archibald Simpson: A Pair of Neo-Classical Mahogany Serving Tables
Scotland, circa 1825

A fine pair of early 19th century George IV period neo-classical mahogany consoles table designed by Archibald Simpson, and made for Crimonmogate House, Aberdeenshire. Each standing on tapered fluted front legs with finely carved quatrefoil detailing and block feet. The rear legs of similar form but decorated with tapering fielded panels. In the Grecian neo-classical taste. The mahogany of particularly fine quality throughout. Previously fitted with drawers. The marble tops replaced.

Height 91.50cm (36.02 inches)
Width 162.00cm (63.78 inches)
Depth 72.00cm (28.35 inches)


Provenance

Crimonmogate House, Aberdeenshire

Reference - M07.70