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George III Mahogany Tripod Table or Snap-Top Table with Birdcage

circa 1770. England

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George III Mahogany Tripod or Snap-Top Table with Birdcage, circa 1770. England

Of solid mahogany, the gun barrel and one-piece top are raised on beautifully shaped cabriole legs on flat pad feet.

 Tables such as this have survived in relative numbers due to their robust nature, practicality and visual appeal, though few survive such as this example in original country house condition for the very same reason.

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