Circular swivel tea table in mahogany resting on four legs, two of which are fluted feet and two turned legs ending in casters. These legs are joined together by a spacer, in the manner of "gateleg" tables, allowing all the legs to be extended so that the top can rest horizontally. The top is covered with leather and encircled with a bronze astragal.
Louis XVI period
Attributed to Molitor
Restorations of use, modern leather
H. 77 x W. 103 x D. 76 cm
This table is to be compared with a very similar table reproduced in the book dedicated to Molitor (private collection).