A Circular Mahogany Table in the Etruscan Taste by Jacob Desmalter, Circa 1810


Height: 29″
Diameter Closed: 64″
Fully Extended: 138″

The very fine quality Cuban mahogany top on a bifurcated plum-pudding mahogany pedestal raised on four lions paw feet, the whole extending from a center table to a dining table with concealed central leg for support.

Provenance: Acquired by William Gwinn Mather circa 1908 for his estate “Gwinn” built by Charles Platt and gardens by Ellen Biddle Shipman.


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The table shown in situ at Gwinn

The table shown in situ at Gwinn