The D-end top is supported by gate-leg ends with turned legs ending in brass lion feet and a drop-leaf Pembroke centre, which could be used as a side table.
Provenance: from a Keswick family collection.
It is believed the table was originally made in Whitehaven for a wealthy Maryport shipping family.
First time on the open market.
- Height: 29.5ins (75cm)
- Length: 123ins (314cm)
- Width: 50ins (127cm)