An unusual, small Regency period mahogany adjustable drum table c1825

A very unusual, small, Regency period mahogany adjustable height drum table; the top having rosewood crossbanding and the drawer knobs of ebony.The table with four drawers, one of which has a concealed compartment. Attributable to Gillows of Lancaster & London, c1825.

59 cms diameter x 69.5 cms high $5,985.00

Extremely rare, Regency period mahogany concave fronted chest of drawers attributed to William Trotter of Edinburgh c1820 $9,985.00

Original floriate cast brass knobs
Original floriate cast brass knobs
Ring turned & reeded, detatched corners
Ring turned & reeded, “turret” corners
Ring turned and toupie shaped feet
Ring turned and toupie shaped feet
Fine dovetails on birch drawer sides
Fine dovetails on birch drawer sides

William Trotter of Edinburgh (1772-1833) was a highly respected maker of Regency furniture; he has been called Scotland’s greatest cabinet-maker.He has a distinctive and recognisable style. He also attained distinction as Lord Provost of Edinburgh (1825-1827). He provided furniture for many distinguished patrons (Lord Gray at Kinfauns Castle, John Holme Robertson at Paxton House and the Signet Library, Edinburgh).

Dimensions: 1.11m wide; 0.62m deep; 1.10m high