A George III Mahogany Sidetable

The table with a double bow-front shaped top above a similarly shaped frieze with central entablature. Standing on tapering reeded legs with anthemion carved capitals and united by a stretcher with carved paterae. A particularly refined table, possibly by Gillows of Lancaster, but certainly the quality is such that it would have been a prominent cabinet maker.

Provenance: Private Collection
Circa: 1790
Origination: English
Height: 34 ¼” 87cm
Width: 58 ¼” 148cm
Depth: 20” 51cm