Late Regency Mahogany and Rosewood Drum Table circular top with inset brown leather within a cross banded edge, conforming frieze with alternating drawers with brass knobs. Raise on a turned support with four saber legs with casters.
Provenance; Supplied to King George IV [1762-1830] when Prince of Wales for Brighton Pavillion. Transferred by Queen Victoria [1819-1901] in 1844 from Brighton Pavillion to Buckingham Palace where inventoried in 1866. Removed from Buckingham Palace prior to 1911. With Jeremy Ltd, London. Private Connecticut Collection. Sotheby’s New York, 10/17 2015, lot 586. Stamped Pavillion and VR/RP/No.133/1866. These numbers correspond to the 1866 inventory undertaken by Holland and Sons. Queen Victoria likely gave the table as a gift sometime in the late nineteenth century.
Height: 28.75 in (73.03 cm)
Diameter: 45 in (114.3 cm)
Apron: 24 in