A fine English Chippendale period silver table. George III.
This is a particularly refined and beautifully-controlled version of a mid-eighteenth century mahogany silver table. Raised on open-fret carved legs and bold block feet, all in the Chinese Chippendale manner.
Well figured, of good rich colour and patina, retaining the original castors. In superb condition throughout.
For Chinese chair designs and carved-fret supports vis:
Thomas Chippendale’s The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Directory, London (1754) p. 72.