The veneered Siena Toscana marble top over an egg and dart moulding with virtruvian scrolled frieze,
edged with a flower and ribbon moulding.
The central cartouche bordered with pierced acanthus, C scrolls and foliage, mirrored to the sides. The two front cabriole legs carved with acanthus and C scrolls, terminating in hairy paw feet.
The design for this table corresponds closely with a drawing by William Jones shown in ‘The Gentleman or Builders Comparison’, of 1739. (See illustration.)
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