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Regency 'Trotter' Tea Table
c. 1810 Scotland
Offered by Graham Smith Antiques
An early 19th century Scottish Regency turn over top table.
The tea table was made by the Edinburgh cabinet maker William Trotter (1772 - 1833).
The table top is veneered with tiger wood, is cross banded with rosewood and has a matching interior when opened out.
The frieze below the top is cross banded with tiger wood and has a fine beaded decoration typical of Trotter.
The table stands on a quadruped base with four short sabre legs terminating in brass toes and casters and has a carved scroll detail to the knee.
The table has a turned central column with turned and reeded decorations and between the legs small square panels with the same beaded details as the frieze.
The table is a very good example of a Regency tea table and is in original condition with some sympathetic restoration of the polish. (Circa 1810)
Height 74cm (29.1 inches)
Width 99.5cm (39.2 inches)
Depth 50.2cm (19.8 inches)
Depth Open 101cm (39.8 inches)
Graham Smith Antiques
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne & Wear