Learn about Dropside Table

A small table with hinged flaps on either side which, when raised, increase the size of the table surface. The flaps may be supported by fly rails or a gateleg. The following are all variations of the dropside table: gateleg table, Pembroke table, sofa table, Sutherland table.

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An early drop-side table with fiddleback blackwood top and huon pine cross banding, 72 cm high, 71 cm wide (extended), 70 cm deep

A Georgian mahogany drop side table; 73 cm high, 112 cm wide extended, 91 cm deep

A Regency rosewood cross-banded drop side sofa table; 72cm high, 157cm wide, 80cm deep

A fine Georgian mahogany drop side occasional table with carved claw feet and acanthus scrolling column, early 19th century. 76 cm high, 86 cm, 78 cm deep

A William IV mahogany drop-side work table. 74 cm high, 96 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A Victorian drop side pedestal table, second half 19th century, the 'D' end table having a fine fiddle back figuration, the top with bullnose edging and pull out supports, raised on a knopped pedestal with four curvaceous carved legs with whorl fee

A Georgian mahogany drop side dining table, raised on fluted column legs, 110 x 126 cm, 75 cm high

An early Victorian mahogany drop side table, mid 19th century, the rectangular table with drop sides supported by fly brackets, above a single drawer with a timber pull handle to one short side and a dummy drawer to the other, and raised on slender ring tu

A Georgian mahogany over drop side occasional table with 2 drawers. 74 cm high, 76 cm wide, 106 cm deep (extended)

A George III Cuban mahogany dropside table, late 18th century, in warm tonings the rectangular table with long drop sides, of typical gateleg construction and raised on slender legs terminating in pad feet. Height 70 cm. Extended length 135 cm. Width 43 cm

A Sheraton mahogany single drawer cross banded drop side table on square tapering legs. 74 cm high, 75 cm wide, 64 cm deep

A Victorian mahogany, drop-side chess table, by James Burrey, Shrewsbury, the top inlaid with rosewood and satinwood chequer board squares, upon a turned pedestal and carved cabriole leg base, the table has two single drawers; one containing a makers label

A Regency mahogany, drop-side sofa table, c.1830, having two pullout drawers and two false drawers verso. Height 75.5 cm. Top 158 x 65 cm (extended)

An early 18th century English oak drop-side table. 74 cm high, 46 cm wide, 113 cm deep (extends to 126 cm).

A rosewood drop-side centre table with satinwood inlay, early 19th century. 73 cm high, 95 cm wide, 64 cm deep

A English walnut drop-side Sutherland table, 19th century. 72 cm high, 11 cm wide, 90 cm deep.

Mahogany drop leaf Pembroke table with drawers to one end and false drawer front to the other, standing on turned legs and brass capped casters, 106 cm wide, 73 cm high

A Jacobean style oak drop side table, early 20th century. in warm tonings, the oval table having barley twist legs and fold out stretcher based supports with square form bases and ball feet. Height 73 cm. Width 106 cm. Depth 79 cm

A French kingwood and crossbanded dropside occasional table fitted with two drawer on hexagonal shaped legs. 69 cm high, 79 cm wide,56 cm deep.

An early Victorian drop side mahogany table, circa 1840s, the square form table with two small side flaps with rounded corners, a single cock beaded drawer to one side and a faux drawer to the other, raised on slender ring turned legs. Height 74 cm. Width

A Georgian occasional drop leaf table, early 19th century, the elegant small square table with curved corner flap sides above a single satinwood strung oak lined drawer and raised on a knopped pedestal to a tripod base with reeded sabre legs. Height 75 cm.

Georgian mahogany drop-side oval table late 18th century raised on tapering square legs. Height 72 cm. Width 125.5 depth 101.5 (extended). Provenance: Collection of Margot Montgomery

Antique English George II Cuban mahogany drop side table with pad feet, approx 70 cm high, 98 cm long

A Georgian, mahogany drop-side Pembroke table, early 19th century. 71 cm high, 49 cm wide (with sides down), 76 cm deep

A French rosewood single drawer dropside table. 71 cm high, 56 cm long, 37 cm depth

An ornately carved gateleg dropside table. 65 cm high, 65 cm long, 39 cm depth

A George II style walnut drop leaf breakfast table, c.1750 and later. The table is in the Queen Anne style with carved slender cabriole legs and pad feet. Height 72 cm; top: 122 x 44 cm Extended: 122 x 138 cm

A Continental walnut drop-side table, c.1800, and later, with pegged stretcher type base. Height 72 cm; top: 150 x 101 cm top extended: 214 x 101 cm

Antique English oak drop side dining table, standing on chamfered square legs

Sofa table Georgian mahogany dropside with sabre legs & two drawers. 72 cm high, 73 cm wide, 64 cm deep.

George III mahogany drop-side table. Height 70 cm, width 51 cm, depth 84 cm.

A Victorian burr walnut and satin-wood inlaid drop-side games table, circa 1880. 70 cm high, 64 cm wide and 49 cm deep

Cedar drop side table. Turned balluster legs with castors. Minor glue line splitting to top. Height 71, L120 & Depth 62 cm and 128 cm (erected)

Small antique dropside table, approx 24 cm high, 64 cm wide, 39 cm deep

Antique French cherry wood six leg drop side extension table, standing on turned tapering legs (no leaves), approx 74 cm high, 130 cm wide

Antique French walnut and cherry drop side table, on multi ring turned legs, approx 70 cm high, 116 cm long, 98 cm deep

Dropside Australian cedar table with barley twist legs, approx 76 cm high, 106 cm full extended x 106 cm