With its lustrous finish, this Georgian-style table features a tilt top and scalloped clover-leaf edge. It's crafted of mahogany, a hardwood valued as much for its strength as for its fine grain.
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Early-19th-century Queen Anne-style fruitwood tilt-top round table table.
End table features a baluster column base, cabriole legs, and dish molding around the top. hows minor wear, slight blemishes.
Late-18th-century American mahogany tilt-top table. On tripod base
with knopped, well-formed carved feet. Robust legs are dovetailed into shaft. Crisp turnings overall. Fine old finish. Table is very sturdy and suitable for everyday use. Decorative Chippendale brass hasp to hold ...