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A Cuban mahogany George II drop side oval dining table, mid 18th century, the heavy table with colourful figuration to the bull nose top, timber hinges and raised on four tapering legs with pad feet. Height 71 cm. Length 123 cm. Width 109 cm

A George III mahogany twin pedestal extension dining table, 73 cm high, 211 cm wide, 113 cm deep

An oval elm wood dining table, French 19th century, 73.5 cm high, 190 cm wide, 108 cm deep

A large George I style oak draw leaf refectory dining table, late 20th century, with two leaves, 75 cm high, 486 cm wide, 124 cm deep

Chippendale style mahogany D-end dining table & eight chairs the table with rope twist edge, two additional leaves on acanthus topped cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, the chairs of traditional design with pierced vase shaped splats, comprising two ca

Early 18th century oak oval gate leg dining table with turned legs and stretchers, together with a set of four Cromwellian style oak dining chairs

A fine Georgian mahogany patent concertina-action extending dining table by William Pocock, English circa 1800, 68 cm high, 243 cm long, extended, 123 cm wide. Provenance: J B Hawkins

Quality William IV mahogany extension dining table with three extension leaves supported by turned inverted tulip carved legs

Australian Colonial cedar 'D' end extension dining table with two leaves and turned legs

A George III mahogany dining table with central gate section and D ends. Provenance: Wilson's Antiques formerly of Bourke Road Hawthorn. 72 cm high, 288 cm long, 118 cm wide.

A French style fruitwood draw leaf dining room table. 75.5 cm high, 285 cm wide (403 cm extended), 101 cm. deep

Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) outstanding nine piece French palisander dining room suite. Stamped: Louis Majorelle. Comprising of a three leaf extension table, six matching dining chairs, a three door raised back sideboard, and a small dessert. 126 cm high,

A Colonial extension dining table with 2 leaves, Australian red cedar with shaped octagonal legs, mid 19th century, 74 cm high, 119 cm diameter (when closed), extends to 241 cm

A fine extension dining table with four extension leaves, Australian cedar, circa 1845, 74 cm high, 134 cm extends to 353 cm, 142 cm wide

Early Victorian pedestal dining table, 132 cm diameter, 73 cm high

Oak oval dining table, with barley twist supports, 182 cm x 103 cm, 75 cm high

Mahogany extension dining table, 355 cm long approx (including 4 leaves 205 cm approx), 152 cm wide, 72.5 cm high, supported by 8 turned legs, only 3 extension leaves are fitted in the photographs

Antique English Sheraton period mahogany D-end extension dining table, cross banded with satin and fruitwood, on twelve square tapering legs ending in spade feet. Approx 74 cm high, 280 cm wide (with the leaves in) x 112 cm deep

A William IV Australian cedar dining table, New South Wales origin most likely the work of Andrew Lenehan, 72 cm high, 122 cm diameter

A limed oak rectangular refectory dining table, French, 19th century, 78 cm high, 200 cm wide, 85 cm deep

An Empire style pale grey painted oval dining table, French, 19th century, 71 cm high, 130 cm wide, 113 cm deep

A timber dining table with wrought iron base, 183 x 92 x 76 cm

A Superior inlaid mahogany dining room suite, comprising two leaf extension table, eight rattan back chairs and a four door four drawer sideboard, 260 x 107 x 75 cm (table, Extended) / 215 x 50 x 93 cm (sideboard)

Large Spanish style oak dining table, with additional leaf, standing on large baluster legs joined by a central stretcher, limed finish, approx 78 cm high, 330 cm long (with leaf) x 112 cm deep

A fine large oval oak gate-leg dining table, English, 17 th century, 74 cm high, 168 cm wide, 60 cm deep

A Georgian mahogany drop side dining table, raised on fluted column legs, 110 x 126 cm, 75 cm high

Early 18th century oak oval gateleg dining table with baluster turned legs and plain stretchers

An Art Nouveau oak dining suite, attributed to Maison Krieger, Paris, c.1900., comprising of dining table with eight side chairs, the table with four narrow leaves extending from a six seater and up to ten, the carving on the tables lower legs 'Leaves and

A mahogany dining extension table in the Regency manner. Mid 20th century, with a single leaf, the oval table with cross banded edges above two knopped and gadroon embellished pedestals to tripod bases with paw feet and brass casters. Height 74 cm. Length

McIntosh mid-century solid rosewood, dining table and six chairs,. Length 163 cm width 90 cm

Antique oak extension dining table with 2 leaves. Height 75 cm, width 126 cm, length 150-248 cm

William IV English mahogany circular two leaf extension dining table with bird cage & platform base. 71 cm high, 122 cm - 242 cm long, 120 cm wide

A Georgian style dining suite comprising an oval fruitwood table with stop-chamfered square-section legs united by an 'H'-stretcher; and eight provincial oak Chippendale style chairs, comprising six side chairs and a pair of carver chairs. Table length 208

A Victorian mahogany circular tilt top dining table with lion paw feet. 137 x 72

A Victorian mahogany turned leg extension dining table, c.1840-1850, with mechanical winding mechanism that extends from 6 to 12 seater, with three leaves. Height 74 cm, top: 210 x 129 cm, Extended: 210 x 315 cm

A 19th century French country fruitwood refectory dining table, the six plank top with traditional overhanging ends, single short centred drawer to the stretcher, raised on square section legs with internal taper, pegged construction. Seating 10-12. 92 cm

A Victorian cedar extension dining table. Second half 19th century, with two extension leaves and winder, the square table with rounded ends above a deep skirt with a reeded trim and supported on four waisted baluster reeded legs with foliate carved caps,

A cedar dining table, Sydney, circa 1820, 72 cm high, 174 cm wide, 125.5 cm deep. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra p. 417 (illustrated)

An exceptional Victorian mahogany dining table with turned and reeded legs together with three extension leaves

Victorian rosewood dining table with shaped apron on octagonal balustered column and 4 carved legs, 157.5 cm x 108 cm, 76 cm high

Vintage dining table and 6 chairs on ball claw feet, 152 cm x 90 cm, 76 cm high (table)