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A REGENCY PERIOD OVAL TRIPOD TABLE

circa 1805

A rare Regency tripod table designed by George Smith.  The oval top veneered in densely figured amboyna, cross-banded in purpleheart and bordered by an ebony and pierced brass moulding. The triform base headed by a reeded and gilt boss with three sweeping supports over a triform platform base, veneered with amboyna with a central carved patera wit scrolled sides and painted flowers over carved and ebonised paw feet. The table closely follows a drawing by the celebrated designer George Smith entitled ‘Dejuné Table’ from 1805, plate 82 in his Collection of Designs for Household Furniture (published 1808).

Stock number

R04.79
Height: 29⁷/₈ in (76 cm)
Width: 33¹/₂ in (85 cm)
Depth: 25 in (63.5 cm)
A rare Regency tripod table designed by George Smith.  The oval top veneered in densely figured amboyna, cross-banded in purpleheart and bordered by an ebony and pierced brass moulding. The triform base headed by a reeded and gilt boss with three sweeping supports over a triform platform base, veneered with amboyna with a central carved patera wit scrolled sides and painted flowers over carved and ebonised paw feet. The table closely follows a drawing by the celebrated designer George Smith entitled ‘Dejuné Table’ from 1805, plate 82 in his Collection of Designs for Household Furniture (published 1808).
George Smith,  Collection of Designs for Household Furniture, 1808, pl. 82  entitled ‘Dejuné Table’.
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