A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CARD TABLE
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CARD TABLE

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CARD TABLE

c. 1765 English

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A George III Chippendale period mahogany card table, the serpentine top opening on to a concertina frame, above a shaped veneered frieze, standing on four elegant cabriole legs, carved with acanthus and strap work, terminating in French scroll toes. The hinges stamped H.Tibats.

English, circa 1765

Width: 36” 91 cm
Depth: 17 ½ 44 cm
Height: 28 ¾ 73 cm


This table has retained a great untouched patina.

The stamp of H. Tibats relates to a ‘hinge and sash fastening maker’ based in Wolverhampton in the middle part of the 18th Century.

The 'Tibats' stamped hinge were of the finest quality, and have been recorded on a number of exceptional mahogany concertina action tables.

Literatre
P. Thornton, A Signed Hinge, in Furniture History, 1966, pp. 44-45).
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