Regency mahogany card table, with fold-over top above a turned support on a small circular base, raised on four down-swept legs with brass terminals. Height 75.5 cm. Width 91.5 cm. Depth 45.5 cm. Provenance: The Collection of Peggy Moore, NSW
A N.Z. colonial native timbers inlaid chess top table, of octagonal shape on dark stained turned pedestal support with tripod base. The intricate inlaid top with a tumbling block border design and thumbnail moulded edge. Ex. the estate of Ruth Simon, Sydne
Victorian rosewood card table with fold over swivel top, scroll carved apron supported by a turned carved pedestal and 4 ornately carved legs, 92 cm wide, 74 cm high, the British antique Dealers Association seal attached Provenance: purchased at the antiqu
A cedar, huon pine and blackwood circular games table, Tasmanian, circa 1875, 76.5 cm high, 64.5 cm wide. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra p. 43
Card table: impressive early cedar table, Sydney c1835. The design of this table can be traced to a combination of 2 tables from 'King's Cabinet Work (1829)' pattern book. Showing a superior standard of craftmanship this table was made by one of Sydney's f
A superb Anton Seuffert geometric pattern card table of various NZ inlaid timbers. The lower column carved by Anton Teutenberg in floral relief. Illustrated in Brian Peets, The Seuffert Legacy. Height 73 cm. Depth 61 cm. Provenance: Ruth Simon Estate, Sydn
An Australian cedar card table, by Andrew Lenehan, circa 1845, the rectangular hinged top enclosing a green baize, above a plain frieze, supported on a faceted bulbous column with stylised floral collar above a circular platform, raise on three paw feet wi
A magnificent Anton Seuffert parquetry floral pattern card table. This table represents one of the more complex and free flowing of the Seuffert 'Standard patterns', the fern & Clematis design, similar to a table presented to Countess Aberdeen in 1887. Thi
A fine Regency mahogany, satinwood and ebony crossed-banded and inlaid card table, English, circa 1810. 73 cm high, 91 cm wide and 51 cm deep. Provenance: The Collection of Amana Finley, Sydney 6 July 2008
A West Australian specimen tilt top chess table, c.1880's, manufactured with inlaid woods including jarrah, she-oak, cedar and various other timbers, with a turned central pedestal column upon inlaid platform base with three turned bun feet. Height 71.5 cm
An Australian cedar and specimen wood games tables labelled R.T. Carter, circa 1870, labelled R.T. Carter, circa 1870 the circular tilt top with a central specimen timber chess board and border made from native Australian timbers including, cedar, musk, ca
An Australian huon pine specimen top occasional table, Tasmania, circa 1860, the octagonal top inlaid with various native timbers in a geometric pattern with a central chess board supported on a tulip carved column with three out-swept scrolled legs, 56 cm
Victorian walnut games table oval of serpentine outline with drop sides inlaid with a chess board, with carved bulbous column on four carved out swept supports. Provenance acorn Antiques Melbourne. 71 cm high, open 76 cm wide 54 cm deep.
A pair of Australian rosewood and cedar games tables by Charles Hunt, circa 1847, the rectangular hinged top with concaved front and sides, one enclosing a round baize, the other a shaped baize above a plain frieze, supported on a slender faux rosewood col
An Australian cedar card table by Andrew Lenehan, circa 1845, the solid cedar rectangular hinged top enclosing a blue baize, above a plain frieze, supported on a faceted bulbous columns with stylised floral collar above a circular platform, raise on three
A fine Australian fiddleback blackwood demi-lune games table, circa 1900, in the George III manner, the segmentally veneered and cross-banded fold-over top opening to a baize-lined playing surface, on square-section legs, the outer faces of the legs inlaid
A fine nest of three George IV rosewood tables, English, circa 1825 one for woolwork, one for games and one occasional, the largest 69 cm high, 47 cm wide and 34 cm deep. Provenance: Christie's Melbourne 2002 March lot 190
A notable 19th century Tasmanian colonial, Cassarina games table, the fold over top enclosing huon pine, blackwood and musk crib board with a cylindrical column and on platform base the reeded bun feet. Height 75 cm. Width 92 cm. Depth 49 cm.
A 19th century Australian colonial cedar octagonal chess table, inlaid with huon pine, blackwood and musk, on a bulbous column with three out swept carved supports terminating in white porcelain castor. Height 73 cm. Depth 87 cm.
A fine quality ebonized papier-mache chess table, with impressed maker's mark of the famous firm of Jennens and Bettridge Birmingham (1815-1864). Gothic style with a cylindrical column on a shaped plinth. Provenance: Ainger Auctions Melbourne. Height 69 cm
An Australian cedar card table, circa 1845, the rectangular fold over top with green baize interior above an ogee moulded frieze, supported on a bulbous column with carved acanthus leaf carved scrolled feet with recessed casters. Width 92 cm. Depth 46 cm.
An Australian cedar games / work table, circa 1835, the square top with a specimen wood chess board above a single drawer with ebony handles and locking pin for the work basket below, raised on a turned column and four acanthus leaf carved scrolled legs, t
A Colonial New Zealand specimen timbers games occasional table the shaped top with figured timber geometric inlay of honeyed hues, enclosing a central games board, the alternating squares of rewarewa veneer, the top encircled by an intricate shaped apron a
Winks & Hall card table c.1885 This exceptional card or games table is attributed to the substantial cabinetmaking firm Winks & Hall who commenced trade c.1863 and continued through to the 1930's in their Shortland Street premises. Extensive use is made of
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