18th century mahogany ocatagonal planter

18th century mahogany ocatagonal planter
Circa 1770
A fine example of Georgian cabinetmaking. The mahogany octagonal planter is in two parts. The upper section with a later brass liner and having rectangular shaped moulded panels with concave corners. This rests on the base of four cabriole legs each having finely carved knees.
The circular pad feet are raised on barrel shaped castors.
The whole retains an excellent colour.


27.17 inches
12.20 inches
20.08 inches
Mahogany, brass
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