Classical Regency Carved Mahogany Round Tilt-Top Breakfast or Center Table

$2,995

SKU CHR-TBL-002 Category

Beautiful classical Regency carved mahogany round tilt-top breakfast or center table with ogee top edge and acanthus leaves on pedestal base. Circa 1844-1900 and in wonderful antique condition.

 

Table:

  • Height – 28.75 Inches
  • Height Tilted – 50.75 Inches
  • Diameter – 41.25 Inches
  • Base Width Toe to Toe – 33.5
  • Column Diameter – 5.5 Inches
  • Weight – 33 pounds

 

Crated Size:

  • Height – 31.25 Inches
  • Width – 46.5 Inches
  • Depth – 46.5 Inches
  • Weight – 128 pounds

 

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CIRCA

1850-1900

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Description

This gorgeous Georgian mahogany circular tilt-top table features four reeded and down swept saber legs which terminate in brass toe caps and brass casters marked Toler thereby dating it to 1844-1900. The lovely legs support a beautiful baluster-turned and carved center pedestal. The carving is that of acanthus leaves and is simply stunning. The top itself features a graceful ogee edge treatment. This classical Regency tilt-top table has a lovely and rich patina that only comes with age. Perfect for a large gracious home as a center table in the entry hall but just as wonderful and useful in a small apartment as a breakfast table where the tilt-top mechanism allows this elegant table to be discreetly stored away when not in use.

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CIRCA

1850-1900