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.
A Victorian Renaissance revival walnut occasional table, 19th century. in black walnut, the two tier table profusely carved throughout with incised motifs to both surfaces and supported by extravagant griffin supports of exaggerated ‘s' form with
A walnut finished pierced timber and glass occasional table, early 20th century, the shaped rectangular table with gadroon edging, the glass top upon a medallion and vasiform pierced top, with carved cabriole legs United by a decorative stretcher with shel
An early Colonial occasional table, huon pine, musk, fiddleback blackwood and pine string inlay, huon pine secondary timbers and feet, Tasmanian origin, origonal finish, c1835, 76 cm high, 51 cm wide, 43 cm deep
An ebonised occasional table, Victorian with gilded metal mounts, the top with inlaid boulle work which opens to reveal an interior with lift out frame for 3 miniatures. Height 78 cm, width 43 cm, Depth 31 cm
A Victorian black and gilt papier mache shaped rectangular occasional table decorated with floral sprays, inlaid with shell, 50 cm high, 80 cm wide, 62 cm deep, and a smaller table 50 cm high, 60 cm wide, 49 cm deep
A Victorian red and gilt painted oval lacquer tray, by William S Burton 39 Oxford Street, 2 & 3 Newman Street & Perry Place, London and registration stamp for 25th November 1867, on a later base forming an occasional table, 49 cm high, 77 cm wide,
A fine Victorian papier mache occasional table, 19th century, in the Aesthetic manner, the ebonised tray style table with slender bamboo legs United by a conforming 'X' form stretcher, decorated to the tray with borders of gilt flowers and foliage.
A small French fruitwood tiered occasional table, mid 20th century, with an extended top with a frieze drawer and two galleried undertiers with slender pillar supports and cotton reel feet. Height 65 cm length 48 cm. Width 32 cm
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
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