An important fine mid-18th Century Irish mahogany Decanter Stand, with arched saw cut centre handle and eight decanter slots, each with shaped dividers and sides, above a gadroon moulded edge and all round frieze with leaf sprays and "C" scrolls, raised on four leaf carved cabriole legs terminating in lion paw feet with small brass castors, 22 1/2" (57cms) high x 29" (74cms) wide x 16" (41cms) deep. (1)
* Regarded as one of the finest examples of early Irish Georgian mahogany Furniture.
Ref: Similar Example: Page 246 (plate 176) "Irish Furniture" by the Knight of Glin & James Peill
Three corners missing from rope edge gadrooning , some cracking to the trays, carving crisp, no repairs, original castors.