A related pier-table, with its frieze lapped by Roman acanthus, was supplied in 1726 for Erdigg, Wales (R. Edwards and M. Jourdain, Georgian Cabinet-Makers, London, 1955, fig. 31). A similar acanthus-wrapped frieze features on a George I chest, that has been attributed to James Moore the Elder (d. 1726) and is now in the Treasurer's House, York (T. Murdoch, 'The King's cabinet-maker: The giltwood furniture of James Moore the Elder', Burlington Magazine, June 2003, pp. 408-420, fig. 9). The truss-scrolled legs of the present table, with their 'Venus' shell enrichments and foliated feet, also relate to that of a marble-topped sideboard tables supplied for George I's Kensington Palace and attributed to James Moore and his partner John Gumley (I. Caldwell, 'John Gumley, James Moore and King George I', Antique Collector, April 1987, p. 69, fig. 6).
A pair of George I gilt-gesso side tables with similar inscrolled feet was sold anonymously [The Property of a Lady of Title], in these Rooms, 3 July 1997, lot 74 (£32,200).