Pollard Oak and Parcel Gilt Center Table
A Regency period pollard oak center table. The top is book-match veneered, cross-banded and inlaid with ebonized stringing. With a wreathed brass molding along the bottom edge. The tricluster column pedestal is encircled by giltwood adornments. The tripartite base is also inlaid with ebonized stringing and raised on gadrooned bun feet recessed with casters. Many of these features are also commonly found in the work of George Bullock.