A Georgian, mahogany Centre Table with removable legs.
The top has rounded corners, a 3 reed moulding to the edge echoed by a smaller 2 reed moulding to the bottom of the apron and the underside is supported by 2 strong bars. Although unmarked, this style of moulding is similar to Gillow's work. The legs are decorated with ring turning and unscrew from the top on wooden threads fitted to blocks added to the corners of the table. The choice of timber is good with a decorative grain to the top.
This a useful sized campaign table that has been well made. Early 19th century.