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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Hall Table: Australian cedar double serpentine front with single drawer, most likely South Australian origin, c1880s. Height 75 cm, width 123 cm, depth 43 cm

Colonial cedar William IV hall table with carved heraldic shield back. Tapering faceted & turned octagonal legs, concealed drawer on the left side. Lovely patina. Height 115 cm, width 107 cm, depth 50 cm. Provenance: The Estate of the late Christopher Pear

Early cedar serpentine shaped hall table 91 cm wide, 41 cm deep, 74 cm high

Cedar hall table, Australian c. 1860 rectangular top, turned pedestal, bun feet, single drawer. Height 74 cm width 121 cm depth 63 cm

A rare quality New Zealand colonial, rimu, rewarewa and other New Zealand timbers hall table, the plain architectural upstand back with banded timber border, conforming to the top edge with a wide burr totara outer band, the front with a single frieze draw

West Australian hall table c. 1900-1910, pine and jarrah with two drawers, turned leg construction. Height 76 cm. Width 91 cm. Depth 48 cm

Rare West Australian Colonial two drawer jarrah hall table c. 1880, maker unknown, with four turned legs, drawers dovetailed construction, turned knob handles, good colour and patina. Height 71.5 cm. Top 110.5 x 55.5 cm

Circa 1910 cedar hall table, original finish. Top showing normal age use. Height 75 cm. Width 91 cm. Depth 45 cm

Australian oak demi-lune hall table. Glass top, carved backboard, 1 drawer fitted. Height 89 cm (total), W 76 cm. Depth 46 cm

A superb 'Winks & Hall' New Zealand Native timber work table, the central silver top plaque is inscribed 'Presented to Miss Napier/by the Inhabitants of Karangahake in Recognition and Appreciation of her good work in Connection with the Sunday school Oct.

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

A 19th century Australian cedar hall table with two drawers. Width 106 cm. Depth 40 cm. Height 76 cm

An early 19th century Australian full cedar hall table, circa 1830, the classical triangular back above a single long drawer raised on elegant ring turned tapering legs. Width 96 cm. Depth 50 cm. Height 105 cm.

Colonial cedar Raphael & Co.hall table. Part original label to rail. Turned legs, c. 1870's. Height 77 cm. Width 115 cm. Depth 49 cm