Circa 1920, Chinese low altar table. The rectangular top has a mahogany beading and a mahogany and satinwood inlaid surrounded by burr elm banding. Below the top is a shaped moulded edge, an unusual apron with oval open fretwork and then another shaped apron. The table stands on four carved cabriole legs which have a folding mechanism for retracting them completely. Excellent colour.
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