English George II-period tea table with fold-over top.
Single drawer with brass escutcheons and pulls. Table is crafted from densely grained mahogany. Features ovolo corners and floral carving on knees of the cabriole legs. When opened, the top four corners ...
The sinuous curves of this quietly striking table
were hand-carved; the rich, burnished finish shows them off to splendid effect.Madera Home transforms aged barn doors, panels from antique armoires, and weathered old beams from forgotten temples into exquisite new masterpieces. ...
Late-18th-century Pennsylvania mahogany Chippendale-style tilt-top tea table, circa
1780. Spiral-carved column and well-developed pad feet. In original finish with a highly figured one-board top and warm patina overall. With top open, 37.5"H. Some wear.