George II carved mahogany side table in the manner of Thomas Chippendale

Stock Code: 2353 - SOLD

Description: An important, excellently proportioned George II carved mahogany side table, in the manner of Thomas Chippendale, retaining excellent original colour and patina. The top constructed of well chosen figured veneers, on a solid mahogany base with banded figured mahogany edge. Below the frieze with a crisply carved c-scroll leaf central crest, with intricate floral and c-scroll applied carvings emanating from the centre to all visible sides of the frieze. The legs of square chamfered section fluted and beaded to the front with intricately carved leaf c-scroll ears to the top, a beaded ankle and pad foot to the bottom.

Further Information: This wonderfully carved and detailed table is depicted in Herbert Cescinsky's - English Furniture of the 18th Century (Vol II), page 274.

Condition: Excellent.Possible minor old restorations, waxing.

Country of Origin: England

Origin/Age: English, George II, circa 1755.

Provenance: Private collection UK, formerly sold by Messrs. Colling & Young, London.

Maker: In the manner of Thomas Chippendale

Dimensions: Height 34.00 inches (86.36cm) Width 60.00 inches (152.40cm) Depth 29.50 inches (74.93cm)

Price: £49,000