A Chippendale Period mahogany Tripod Table

A George III Chippendale period mahogany urn stand or low tripod table.  The well coloured octagonal top with an open fretwork gallery top supported by interlaced C-Scrolled columns above three downswept cabriole legs and pad feet.


Reference:   A similar table was illustrated In the Norman Adams Catalogue 2005, Plate 8.  It is described as possibly Irish, although this seems only due to its provenance being the Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo, Ireland.  Nevertheless, the table with its quirky appearance, is certainly unusual and would enhance any collection.

Provenance: UK Private collection
Circa: 1760
Origination: English
Height: 27.5" 70cm
Diameter: 10.5" 27cm