England, c1740






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An elegant and early form of the tripod wine table, the small circular dished top above a columnar stem,

terminating in a wide shaped platform base above cabriole legs ending in pad feet


Ref: For a similar c1725 stand in walnut, see British Antique Furniture, John Andrews, figure #890


Condition: Excellent condition with well done old repair to rim, two old repairs to standard base and one leg;

top affixed to standard with slight impressions showing to the top surface; excellent rich color


 21” High, the dished top 11” Diameter






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George I Walnut and Yewwood Tripod Table, c1725, British Antique Furniture, Andrews, Figure #890

"There does not seem to be an identifiable 'Queen Anne' tripod style, so one moves of from the rare turned base

supported by three buns, c.1690, to the elegant walnut column stem table with dished yew top. Note the remains of

 the (17th century) platform still discernible where the legs meet."

(Table shown in Andrews' example with split to the top)


Also See :


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