The carving of the legs on this table is of a superior quality rarely seen on examples of this type, and far surpasses the carving of the legs to the drop-leaf table formerly in the Percival D. Griffiths Collection and illustrated in The Dictionary of English Furniture.
R. W. Symonds, English Furniture from Charles II to George II, 1929, p. 170, fig. 127.
Percy Macquoid and Ralph Edwards, The Dictionary of English Furniture, revised edition, 1954, vol. III, p. 219, fig. 25.
Private collection, England.
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