Regency rosewood breakfast table with round top with fabulous figure over a conforming apron, the turned support with rope carved base joining a tripartite base with three saber legs ending on casters. Brass latch signed Bullock. George Bullock was an accomplished cabinetmaker and undertook commissions for Sir Walter Scott and for providing furniture for Napoleon during his exile on St Helens etc. In good condition.
H 28.75 in. x Dm 54.13 in.
H 73.03 cm x Dm 137.5 cm
54.13 in. (137.5 cm)
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