Learn about Hall Table

A form of console table although usually much heavier in form and design. Generally rectangular in shape, with scroll or turned legs at the front and flat rear supports. Often fitted with drawers. Many large side tables are nowadays described as hall tables, and the collector should be careful of the converted or incorrectly labelled Victorian washstand.

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A hall table with inlaid tumbling box top and one drawer, blackwood, huon pine and cedar, Tasmanian origin, late 19th century, 70 cm high, 77 cm wide, 47 cm deep

A N.Z. made Sefton Powrie ash hall table, of plain oblong shape with a single drawer and four tapering square legs. 150 x 43 x 83 cm

Antique walnut hall table with mirrored back and turned columns, 68 cm wide, 31 cm deep, 82 cm high

A marble topped gilded hall table in the rococo style, with a serpentine red mottled marble top above a profusely pierced and moulded base with sinuous vegetal decoration to the apron, sweeping inverted foliate legs serving also as stretchers and United by

A Chippendale style carved mahogany hall table, English, 20th century, 76 cm high, 174 wide, 35 cm deep

An Italian tangerine and gilt decorated rectangular hall table, 77 cm high, 80 cm wide, 32 cm deep

An inlaid walnut rectangular hall table Italian 18th / 19th century 75 cm high, 125 cm wide, 35 cm deep

A tortoise shell veneered hall table, 20th century, 76 cm high, 153 cm wide, 46 cm deep. Provenance: The collection of Barry and Jeanne Little. NB:

An early 20th century cedar two drawer hall table, 73 x 91 x 51 cm

A Victorian mahogany demi lune hall table, later 19th century, the table with a low rear gallery, a small frieze drawer with a ring pull handle, stile form legs to the rear and an ornate central leg with floral carved embellishments to a shaped low underti

A Victorian mahogany hall table, later 19th century, the table with a serpentine shaped gallery, a thumb nail edged top above a single drawer and raised on knopped baluster legs with toupie feet. Height 82 cm. Width 90 cm. Depth 47 cm

A demi-lune burr walnut veneer hall table, 19th century, the hall table with a burr walnut veneer top and thumb nail edging above a shallow skirt with a vertical rib motif centred with a small drawer, raised on slender square form legs United by stretchers

Victorian mahogany hall table, with ornately carved back and 2 drawers, supported by lyre shaped ends, 138 cm wide, 53 cm deep, 103 cm high

A mid Victorian mahogany semi-circular hall table with marble top with barley twist front support, 90 cm high. 92 cm wide, 46 cm deep

An early Colonial cedar hall table, ex-Hobart. Height 74 cm width 152 cm, depth 61 cm

A Victorian cedar hall table. Second half 19th century, having a slightly extended top above a small frieze drawer with a timber pull handle and supported on turned and tapering legs to toupie feet. Height 72 cm. Length 106 cm. Depth 54 cm

A Louis XV style brass and wrought iron hall table, designed by Maitland-Smith, 20th century. 77 cm high, 124 cm wide, 44 cm deep

A Mark Douglas Design wrought iron hall table with glass top, circa 1996. 92 cm high, 159 cm wide, 48 cm deep.

An English mahogany Sheraton Revival hall table, circa 1900. The rectangular table of serpentine profile with a book end veneer and cross banded top above a fluted frieze drawer centred with a relief carved urn and swag embellishment, raised on long slende

A Victorian mahogany serpentine front hall table with single drawer 85 cm high, 120 cm wide x56 cm deep

French style two tier hall table with glass top, 132 cm wide, 45.5 cm deep, 68 cm high approx

Victorian marquetry top hall table with cross banded inlay and turned supports, 91 cm x 45 cm, 60 cm high approx

A Victorian flame mahogany carved hall table. 93 cm high, 130 cm wide, 65 cm deep.

A mid-Victorian mahogany semi-circular hall table with cabriole legs 70 cm high, 92 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A mid-Victorian mahogany hall table on serpentine front legs 70 cm high, 120 cm wide, 55 cm deep

Vintage stretcher base hall table, 106.5 cm x 50 cm, 75.5 cm high

Antique Victorian English oak long hall table, applied carved decoration and fitted with a single central drawer, standing on bulbous carved legs, approx 88 cm high, 137 cm long, 49 cm deep

A Georgian mahogany 'D' end hall table, early 19th century, with a plain top and skirt and supported on tapering square form legs with brass caps and casters. Height 72 cm. Width 106 cm. Depth 56 cm

Colonial cedar hall table. Two drawers. Turned legs. Height 76 cm. Width 96 cm. Depth 43 cm

A Louis XVI style marble and mahogany hall table, French, circa 1900. 82 cm high, 83 cm wide, 38 cm deep

Antique Australian colonial cedar hall table with two single drawers cotton reel legs. Provenance: Barr Smith Estate, measures 155 cm x 55.5 cm x 73.5 cm high

Demi lune mahogany hall table, approx 77 cm high, 90 cm wide, 47 cm deep

Hall table with marble top & metal mounts, approx 79 cm high, 92 cm wide, 36 cm deep

Antique cedar hall table, turned legs, approx 76 cm high, 91 cm wide, 57 cm deep

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