Circa 1820 and later, George IV narrow hall table. With flame mahogany top and a three quarter wrap around gallery which tapers to the front and an apron veneered in plum pudding mahogany. It stands on two carved legs with lion heads and acanthus leaves with reeding to the sides and on a realistic animal foot. The back has a mirror (full size) with two tapering pilasters either side.
Provenance: National Gallery of Scotland
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