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A George II Mahogany Piecrust Tripod Table

england , circa 1755

An exceptional George II Chippendale period mahogany piecrust tripod table. The circular mahogany top with moulded piecrust border of outstanding depth of colour and patina, above a birdcage tilt-top mechanism standing on a fluted and turned acanthus carved baluster stem, on a tripartite base, each cabriole leg magnificently carved with shells and trailing foliage to the knees with exaggerated C-scrolls to the undersides, the legs terminating in elongated claw and ball feet of superb quality.

Stock number

AD.60
Height: 27.17 in (69 cm)
Diameter: 27.56 in (70 cm)
An exceptional George II Chippendale period mahogany piecrust tripod table. The circular mahogany top with moulded piecrust border of outstanding depth of colour and patina, above a birdcage tilt-top mechanism standing on a fluted and turned acanthus carved baluster stem, on a tripartite base, each cabriole leg magnificently carved with shells and trailing foliage to the knees with exaggerated C-scrolls to the undersides, the legs terminating in elongated claw and ball feet of superb quality.
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