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William IV rosewood tea table, with fold over swivel top, 94 cm wide, 75.5 cm high

A Georgian mahogany, fold-over top tea table c.1820's with an unusual turned central column attached four sabre legs and castors, each leg decorated with carved acanthus leaves the top decorated with rosewood crossbanded veneer border, height: 71 cm: top:

A Regency brass inlaid mahogany fold over tea table, closed 74 cm high, 92 cm wide, 46 cm deep

George III mahogany tea table, with round tilt top 82.5 cm diameter supported by a turned pedestal column and 3 shaped legs, 73 cm high

A George III mahogany tea table, with hinged top, 73 cm wide, 93 cm long, 46 cm wide.

A German mid-19th century mahogany tea table of serpentine outline on a shaped base terminating on brass casters, the hinged top enclosing a polished interior, 73 cm high, 86 cm wide, 42 cm deep.

A George III mahogany demi-lune tea table, circa 1800, 78 cm high, 94 cm wide, 46 cm deep

A William IV foldover tea table with ebony stringing, 76 x 100 x 100 cm

A small mahogany Galleried table 20th century. In the manner of a mid-eighteenth century tea or china table with a serpentine rectangular top with a fretwork gallery, a beaded apron and raised on tapering legs with fluted motifs to spade feet, with a curva

A William IV figured mahogany tea table, early 1830s, the rounded rectangular top (square when open) swivelling and folding above the plain frieze, raised on a faceted baluster stem and concave-sided platform base with bold paw feet. Height 71 cm. Length 9

A George III figured mahogany tea table, 1780s, the rectangular top (square when open) with elliptical field within cross-banded borders and moulded edges swivelling and folding above the frieze, on tapering and fluted square-section legs. Height 73.5 cm.

Antique English mahogany George III Chippendale tea table, approx 70 cm high, 70 cm deep . Henry Charles 'Inky' Stephens (February 1841 – July 1918)

An important Tasmanian huon pine exhibition quality tea table with impressive sunburst top inlaid with huon pine, maple, ebony, cedar, King Billy pine & tulip wood. Cedar secondary timbers. Supported on a tapering octagonal column resting on a tri-form pla

A William IV flame mahogany flap-top tea table, raised on octagonal column, the quatrefoil base with paw feet. 91 cm x 90 cm x 76 cm

A 19th century painted satinwood foldover tea table, demi lune in form folding out to a circular table, hand painted central classical scene with continous scroll work and garland border, 73 x 91 x 44.5 cm

A fine Irish inlaid tea table, mid 19th century. 76 cm high, 90 cm diameter

Regency mahogany foldover tea table with cantered corners on tapering square column, platformed base with four fluted sabre legs terminating in paw castors

Fine & rare antique George III Chippendale mahogany tea table with fine turned spindle gallery, carved central support with three out swept ball & pearl legs. Purchased Leslie Walford 1950's with original receipt, approx 75 cm high, 82 cm diameter

Antique Georgian fold over card tea table, approx 72 cm high, 84 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A Georgian mahogany fold over tea table with cross banded edge & decorative barber pole & satinwood string inlay, early 19th century. 74 cm high, 92 cm wide, 45 cm deep

A Victorian oval walnut veneered tea table. 71 cm high, 106 cm wide, 60 cm deep

A small proportioned Queen Anne walnut foldover tea table, superb faded colour 71 cm high, 77 cm wide, 70 cm deep

A cedar gate-leg foldover tea table, Australian, circa 1840, 74 cm high, 98.5 cm wide, 45.5 cm deep

19th century Anglo-English teak fold over tea table of Chinese Chippendale design with blind fretwork frieze and legs

Antique English Regency D-end fold over tea table with multi ringed turned tapering legs c1820's, approx 71 cm high, 91 cm wide, 45 cm deep

Georgian mahogany fold over tea table with string inlaid decoration. 74 cm high, 191 cm wide, 40 cm deep.

A George III mahogany fold over tea table, English, 19th century. 74 cm high, 82 cm wide, 46 cm deep

Fine pair hanghuali southern officials hat chairs and tea table 'Guanmaoyi' of elegant proportions with attractive Guilian grains, the S curved back splats each carved with mirror reverse with a stylised Qilong roundel

Georgian mahogany fold over tea table with one drawer, reeded edge & band of decorative inlay. Height 75 cm, width 94 cm, depth 46 cm

Georgian faded mahogany tea table with finely turned legs & inlays c.1810

Chippendale style mahogany tilt-top tea table, pie crust border, tripod base with three ball and claw feet, approx 70 cm high, 60 cm diameter

Antique Georgian inlaid mahogany fold over tea table, standing on square tapering legs, slight serpentine shaped front, approx 74 cm high, 91 cm wide, 88 cm deep

A George III mahogany tea table, with a hinged top and polished interior, and fluted edge on square tapering legs

A mahogany tea table, English mid 19th century, 76 cm high, 100 cm wide and 50 cm deep

A William IV rosewood fold over tea table rounded rectangular, raised on a turned standard and four scroll supports, brass caps and castors, 96.5 x 73 x 50 cm

A mahogany tea table, English, circa 1810, 74 cm high, 90 cm wide, 45 cm deep

A fine antique pie crust tea table in mahogany. The tapered turned shaft with spiral fluted carved urn is supported by cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet, approx 71 cm high, 86 cm diameter

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