A pair of mahogany occasional tables in George III style.
The banded oval tops on turned tapering legs with reeded collars and in-curved oblong undertiers, These are good American reproductions of late 18th century designs. executed in the George III style. the George III period lasted from 1765 to 1800. First came the neo-classical style led by Adam (which comprises vertical, symetrical lines, ovals, circles, columns, urns, basically relating to the neo-classical Louis XVI style). Another crucial maker during that era was Sheraton providing a domestic, middle-class version of neo-classicism.
Measurements: Tall 24″ x Deep 22″ x Length 3o”