An English Regency period mahogany tilt-top tea table from the early 19th century, with carved pedestal, acanthus leaves motifs, tripartite base and volutes. Created in England during the Regency period in the early years of the 19th century, this mahogany table features a circular tilt-top sitting above a sturdy column pedestal. Accented with delicately carved acanthus leaf motifs, the table is resting on a tripartite base with in-curving accents. The ensemble finds its visual conclusion with the lovely volutes serving as feet. With its elegant lines and skillfully carved décor, this English Regency period mahogany tilt-top table circa 1820 will make for a lovely addition to any living room, foyer or breakfast area!
Height: 29.5 in (74.93 cm)
Diameter: 61.5 in (156.21 cm)