Lot 1124: Sold for £1,850 hammer

Estimate £2,000-£3,000

An early 21st Century contemporary mahogany replica of a 'Jupe' radial extending circular dining table, possibly by Brights of Nettlebed, with central brass segmented paterae and cross-banded border, over a plain apron, supported by a central column flanked by four pillars, united by a quatre-foil base with brass mounted plinth feet, height 74.5cm, diameter when closed 153cm and diameter when opened 218cm, stamped with US patent number D530,115. Complete with a free-standing insert leaf rack, with brass carry handles, accommodating the eight numbered insert leaves, S/D.

NB - Originally designed and patented in the reign of William IV by Robert Jupe and first produced by John Johnstone of New Bond Street.

Condition report
There is a small section of veneer loss to the corner of one of the feet. There are several minor dents to the top. There is what appears to be a heat patch to the centre of the table and also a similar heat parch towards the outer edge of the top. Please see additional available images. The leaves fit snuggly and there is no apparent warping to the top.

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