Learn about Wine Table

A small pedestal table, usually on a tripod base, with a round or square top. Used as an occasional side table, and handy to place wine glasses.

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A Georgian mahogany tilt top wine table, Enlgish, 19th century, 71 cm high, 73 cm diameter

A George III mahogany tilt top wine table, the plain circular top above cylindrical column base on three down-swept legs with pad feet, 81 diameter x 70 cm high

A games top wine table, huon pine, musk, blackwood, and cedar, Tasmanian origin, circa 1840, 72 cm high, 52 cm across

A mid Victorian Irish wine table of octagonal form with inset top in flared supports.

Georgian mahogany wine table, 19th century, the circular top over a tripod base, height 52 cm diameter 32.7 cm

A Georgian period Scottish oak wine table, with central raised armorial 'Dvgit. amor. patri', the edge carved with leaves and scrolls, on plain gun barrel pedestal support with tripod base and pad feet. Diameter 60 cm, height 70 cm

A cedar tilt top wine table with octagonal baluster shaped column, circa 1850, 70 cm high, 75 cm wide, 62 cm deep

A games top huon pine and cedar tilt top wine table, circa 1830, 70 cm high, 40 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A circular wine table raised on a gilt branch tripod base, 69 cm high, 61 cm diameter

Wine table Primitive style tripod based circular table France, c. 1900s. 65 cm high, 56 cm wide, 56 cm deep

A good N.Z. colonial tripod wine table, the top inlaid with various NZ native timbers, the central panel with scene of sail boats in a coastal landscape, framed by multiple lobed forms, kauri pedestal base.

A good 19th century New Zealand colonial inlaid wine table, the circular top with geometric multi-star and cube pattern in various woods, thumb moulded edge, the turned rimu column on restrained scroll tripod base. Good colour and patina. Diameter 40 cm mm

A circular marble top tripod based wine table with brass gallery. 60 cm high.

Superb 18th century mahogany wine table on three legs, 46 cm diameter, 71 cm high

A good quality N.Z. colonial late 19th century finely inlaid wine table, the octagonal top with geometric star and fan inlays in a complex design with a central star of 16 points within an eight pointed star form framed by fine geometric and fan type forms

A George IV mahogany circular top tripod based wine table with a ring turned standard, 53 cm diameter x 76 cm high

A 19th century Italian mahogany tripod based wine table with a circular tilt top above a turned and wrythen stem, 58 cm diameter x 70 cm high

A Georgian mahogany tilt-top pie crust wine table, on turned column support with a beautifully carved tripod base and ball and claw feet. Diameter 790, height 74 cm

A Georgian wine table, the pie crust top sits on a birdcage tripod base, the column and legs with decorative floral carving, the pad feet with paw detail, the top requires some attention to an old split. 60.1 cm x 70.1 cm

A George III oak tripod base wine table, English, early 19th century. 73.5 cm high, 80.5 cm diameter. Provenance: The Connoisseurs' Store, South Yarra

A George III mahogany tripod base wine table, English, circa 1790. 67 cm high, 73.8 cm diameter

Antique splatter work Gypsy/wine table c1880. Octagonal top decorated with stencil work fern & wattle motif. Tripod base with ebonized turned legs & gilt highlights. Original patina, slight water damage spot on top. Height 66 cm

Games Table. Cedar, blackwood & huon pine circular top wine table on turned base. Circa 1880s. Height 72 cm, diameter 45 cm

An early George III oak tilt-top wine table, the oval top raised on a ring turned baluster column from a slender tripod base. 88 cm x 62.5 cm x 72.5 cm

Late 19th century NZ Colonial Native timbers wine table, circular top with star burst parquetry design on a spiral turned kauri base with tripod legs

A wine table with circular top and tripod base. Diameter 37 cm

A cedar wine table with turned column and tripod base. Diameter 42 cm

A mahogany circular wine table, English, early 19th century, on tripod base and pad feet, 70 cm high, 81 cm diameter

New Zealand solid mottled kauri wine table. A fine early example c1860 with turned column, circular base on scrolling feet. Height 59 cm, diameter 45 cm

A provincial circular oak wine table on tripod base, English, circa 1800, 70 cm high, 80 cm diameter

A George III ash wine table on tripod base, English, early 19th century, 72 cm high, 78 cm diameter

A New Zealand timbers tilt-top circular wine table supported on four turned rewarewa legs with a circular plant stand platform base, the top with all-over geometric star shaped inlays with honey comb centre in a variety of native woods, burr totara, burr k

A 19th century mahogany wine table. Circular with dished top on bulbous column on out swept legs terminating on pad feet. 62 cm high, 46 cm wide

George III mahogany wine table. Dished scalloped edge, on birdcage, with cylindrical column with three out swept legs terminating in pad feet. 69 cm high, 69 cm wide

A Regency mahogany wine table. Rectangular form, with tilt top on bulbous ring turned column on out swept legs terminating in bun feet. 74 cm high, 54 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A Victorian papier mache tilt top wine table, circular with a scalloped edge and mother-of-pearl inlaid with gilt decoration, on a cylindrical column on a shaped plinth. 72 cm high, 51 cm wide

A William IV rosewood tilt top wine table on carved, tripod base with applied brass florets, 78 x 63 x 63 cm