Stock no: 200 226

A fabulous early 19th century George IV satinwood fold-over pedestal card table with beautiful inlaid Coromandel detail. The top opens and swivels revealing a games storage compartment over a faceted inlaid column on a platform base supported by turned lignum vitae castors.

34 ½”w x 29”h x 17 ¼”d 

88cm w x 74h x 44d 


Circa 1830




Throughout the 19th century Coromandel was considered one of the most exotic, luxurious and expensive woods to work with. 

Coromandel wood was sourced from India and South East Asia and was an incredibly dense, close-grained wood. Visually a more vibrant and figured (patterned) variety from the Ebony family, the actual species of Coromandel became virtually extinct by the beginning of the 20th century. Today, the nearest relation to Coromandel is Macassar Ebony. 









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