A small portable table, usually with a fixed top, able to be moved easily for the convenience of visitors. The term covers numerous designs, and the top may be rectangular, oval or round, standing on tripod, pedestal or framed legs.
An Australian cedar occasional table with reeded edge, ring turned column and carved tongue carved motif, New South Wales origin, circa 1830, Illustrated in 'Early Colonial Furniture' by Craig and Fahy, page 139, 71 cm high, 48 cm wide, 38 cm deep
An Oriental style brass top occasional table, circa 1920s, the octagonal brass top with a dentil border and engraved dragon designs raised upon four turned legs with an undertier; A/F. Height 59 cm. Length 52 cm. Width 52 cm
A Victorian walnut inlaid occasional table, second half 19th century, the oval quarter veneer panelled table with delicate satinwood and ebony stringing and marquetry decoration supported on birdcage styled turned supports to four cabriole flaring legs wit
1940's French Art Deco occasional table, circular top features an elaborate geometric inlay of walnut burl, Indian rosewood and Cirassian walnut set in maple burl and banded with Macassar ebony. Height 71 cm. Depth 73.5
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