This is a stunning inlaid drop leaf table. Circa early 19th century, possibly late Georgian.
This is a really interesting piece, the inlay is quite detailed and different wood veneers have been used. There is lovely pale wood beading along the edges at each end.
The table has two drawers, both is two handles and one with a lock (no key). The two leaves are held up by fold out supports.
There are a couple of cracks across the top of the veneer, due to wood shrinkage, and the veneer has been repaired in a number of places. There is also evidence of historic woodworm to the leaf supports underneath (see photos).
All that said this is a gorgeous table, very sturdy, useful and decorative.
Approximate dimensions are: Length 76 cm, width (closed) 53 cm, width (one leaf open) 76.5 cm, width (fully open) 100 cm, height 71 cm.