SWC-George II Silver Table with Pierced Serpentine Gallery, England, c. 1780
Table width="970" border="0" align="center" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0">. The country's largest collection of fine Classical & Colonial Furniture... Just steps from the RISD Museum & John Brown House. A Carved Chippendale/George II Tilt top Silver Table, with Pierced Serpentine Gallery, England, c. These tilt top tables with pierced galleries are often called silver tables, as this would accommodate a tea service with a protective edge. The top is composed of a beautiful piece of mahogany with a wonderful patina with age shrinkage and a beautifully executed gallery on rarely seen serpentine sides with canted edges. All is supported on a traditional birdcage so the top can be rotated. The column is fluted above a carved urn.
The legs have beautifully carved acanthus leafage above claw and ball feet. This is a lovely and refined table that is the best of the form and in excellent condition with no breaks or alterations. All offerings are in fine condition with no major repairs or replacements unless otherwise indicated in description. Item must be insured in full. The item "SWC-George II Silver Table with Pierced Serpentine Gallery, England, c.
1780" is in sale since Saturday, August 22, 2015. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Tables". The seller is "stanleyweiss" and is located in Providence, Rhode Island. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Style: Chippendale
- Material: Mahogany
- Type: Tables
- Color: Dark Wood Tone
- Age: 1780