Sheraton Style Side Table.
Period circa 1790
Made in quarter sawn oak. Ebony stringing on the tapered legs and to the edges of the top.
Banding and holy stringing on the top.
French polish finish.
Height 825 mm
Width 800 mm
Depth 435 mm
Carcase is made of Cedar of Lebanon and the
veneer is mahogany to make a flame pattern to the front of the box.
The top is quarter laid to produce a sun burst.
The sides continue round from the front veneer.
Inside is lined in red baize.
The tray in the top section lifts out to reveal a deep section for larger items.
The knob for the draw is turned from boxwood.
Finish is in brown French polish.