George II Period Mahogany Cabriole Leg Card Table
George II period mahogany cabriole leg card table, in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. The top with gadrooned trim, centred with leaf motif, and the legs with low relief acanthus, swag, and rosette carving, terminating in French scroll feet.
Literature: Christopher Gilbert, Thomas Chippendale, 1978, pl. 403, for a similar card table, part of the large suite of furniture completed by Chippendale for Dumfries House
28-3/4″ in height x 33-3/4″ in width x 16″ in depth when closed- 33″ in depth when opened.