A very fine and well proportioned early 18th Century Mahogany drop leaf table (Circa 1730) in the manner of Giles Grendey of outstanding colour and patina. The table is made from the finest Cuban Mahogany. The legs unusually are splayed and note the rounded corners to the top of the legs, the top of the table has remained remarkably flat and the rule joint is in excellent condition. The hinges are original. An almost identical example attributed to Giles Grendey can be found in Adam Bowetts book : ‘Early Georgian Furniture’, page 256 plate 5:103, also see Christopher Gilbert, ‘Marked London Furniture 1700-1840’, fig. 441,p.244.
Dimensions : 72cm high,143cm wide,124cm deep