A late Georgian ‘country house’ oak revolving drum-top library table.
English Regency period, early 19th century, circa 1820.
With an assortment of alternating ‘real’ and ‘dummy’ drawers in the frieze.
Raised on a well drawn elegant tapering central column, and base with carved feet.
Fine quality lion head brasses apparently of the period but later fitted.
This versatile antique can be used as a centre table, or small supper table / breakfast table.
See Christies, 24th January 2008, lot 158: a very similar design of drum-top library table (but in mahogany) with “top and base possibly associated”; sold @ £9375.00.