The rounded rectangular top with thick reeded edge in four pedestal sections, each tilting above a ring-turned and reeded shaft, on downswept reeded legs headed by lotus-leaf carved knees ending in square brass caps and castors.


Illustrated: Glin & J. Peill, Irish Furniture, 2007, p. 30, fig. 21.

Additional Information

This dining-table with its reeded top and square tapering reeded legs relates to furniture made by the Dublin firm of Mack, Williams and Gibton (circa 1812-1829). Inspired by the designs published by Thomas Hope and George Smith, they were renowned for their use of superb timbers and their high quality of workmanship.

An Irish George IV Four-Pedestal Mahogany Dining-Table, Attributed To Mack, Williams and Gibton

Early 19th century

Height: 28" Width: 62" Length: 12' 3" Extended length (3 leaves 22" each): 17' 9"

Inventory Number: 8514-350