Pair of Regency Rosewood Tables


The octagonal tops with gilt-brass edge-moulding supported on baluster and ring-turned stems with gilt brass socles, supported on tripod bases with gilt-brass rosette mounts. The unusual gilt-brass mounts are an attribute of the work of John Maclean & Son who were high class cabinet makers based in the West End of london around 1780-1825, these tables were possibly made in their workshops

Height 71 cm (28 inches)
Width 46 cm (18 inches)
Depth 46 cm (18 inches)
English. Circa 1820