A Georgian occasional drop leaf table, early 19th century, the elegant small square table with curved corner flap sides above a single satinwood strung oak lined drawer and raised on a knopped pedestal to a tripod base with reeded sabre legs. Height 75 cm.
A George II style walnut drop leaf breakfast table, c.1750 and later. The table is in the Queen Anne style with carved slender cabriole legs and pad feet. Height 72 cm; top: 122 x 44 cm Extended: 122 x 138 cm
George III mahogany D-end dining table, c. 1890, comprising two demi lune end tables and central drop-leaf sections, on fine moulded square tapered legs in original condition, showing excellent colour and patina, height 70 cm, width 168 cm, depth 122 cm
An English mahogany Sutherland table, late 19th century, of typical gateleg drop leaf form with turned side supports United by a conforming stretcher and upon splayed bases with scroll feet and casters. Height 71 cm. Width 102 cm. Depth 98 cm
A large banquet oak Georgian style country drop leaf table, the drop leaves extending on double gates to form an oval top seating ten to twelve, plain baluster supports, double stretchered base, pegged construction, good colour and patina, 150 cm x 205 cm
An 18th century Georgian oak drop leaf table, the oval plank top with old iron strapping to edge of central section, raised on bobbin turned supports, the turned stretchers and short feet with some deterioration. 124 x 108.5 x 7 cm
An English 19th century George II style mahogany D-end drop leaf dining table, the rectangular top with removable D-ends and a central drop leaf section, raised on tapering legs terminating in pad feet 246 cm w x 97 cm d x 71 cm high
A French early 19th century Empire mahogany extending dining table, the drop-leaf rounded top with two extra leaves, on tapering rounded legs and castors. Diameter 130 cm, each leaf. Width 45 cm. Length 220 cm when fully extended.
A George III mahogany D-end extending dining table, comprised of a centre drop leaf gate leg table together with a pair of D-end tables all on tapering legs with spade feet. Length extended 242 cm. Width 106 cm. Height 75 cm
An important early Australian cedar sofa table, the rectangular top with matching cedar panels and a thumb moulded edge with drop leaf flaps above a pair of drawers with line inlaid decoration and conforming dummy drawers to the back, above a tapering squa
A Regency mahogany drop leaf sofa table, circa 1830, the rectangular Cuban mahogany top with hinged flaps and bull nosed moulded edge over a single full. Width drawer on a baluster pedestal to a quadripartite base supported on four outswept brass capped le
A George II mahogany drop leaf dining table, the rectangular hinged top with rounded corners above a plain frieze with a single drawer to one end, raised on elegant cabriole legs with claw and ball feet and brass castors. Width 136 cm. Depth 98 cm. Height
A Queen Anne period single drop-leaf rectangular table, with a single drawer and cock beading to the front frieze drop-down leaf supported on a swing leg, on tapering circular legs headed by lappets and ending in pad feet, early 18th century. Open. Depth 7
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