Queen Anne Tilt-Top Tea Table

Back: American_carved_tilt_top_tea_table. | Antique Gallery | Next:

Tea tables in the early 18th century, during the Queen Anne period, Georgian style were simple yet elegant. Used in many ways, the tea table was used primarily for serving tea to guests and then stored when not in use. These tables, sometimes called Tip-Top and Tripod, varied in size and style but the most practical feature was having the ability to be tilted up. It was during this time period that furniture was located around the perimeter of the room and pulled out for use when needed. Tea drinking was an important social activity and round tea tables allowed the hostess of the event to pour tea and then turn the table to guests while all were seated. The perfect table to display your Apple, Pear, and Bombay tea caddies!

Queen Anne Tilt-Top Tea Table

Height 29 inches × diameter 29 ½ inch diameter top

This solid mahogany Queen Anne tea table has a round top, supported by an open style bird cage . A turned post rests on three slim Queen Anne style legs. The top swivels and tilts up vertically. Can be used as a side or end table, in a dining or living room or as a lovely accent in a sitting room. This tea table works with any decor. The Queen Anne Tilt-Top Tea Table is 29" high with a 29 ½" diameter top.

made in USA.
Contact the ArtisanContact us for information on this and many other custom, Made-to-Order works available. Showcasing beautiful details and elegant craftsmanship.

Please see our antiques for more interesting items.
...Thank You for viewing our ad!

"Queen Anne Tilt-Top Tea Table" hand-finished, antique furniture replica 29" high × 29 ½" diameter top: = Prices.
Prices and availability subject to change
Back: American_carved_tilt_top_tea_table. | Antique Gallery | Next: