A Georgian style fold over mahogany table. The table top with cross banding and stringing, simple moulded panels to the skirt and raised on four tapering square legs to spade feet, the rear leg extending to support the flap. Height 78 cm. Width 75.5 cm. De
A carved Anglo-Indian folding rosewood occasional table. Late 19th century, the shaped square table with fish scale decorated edges, intricately carved with raised relief foliage, traditional tendril and floral patterns and raised upon a four legged foldin
An Edwardian walnut pembroke table, circa 1900-1910, a rectangular table with curved corners and bull nose edging with eight turned legs, two outward folding legs serving as supports to the extended ends. Height 73.5 cm. Width 90 cm. Depth 62.5 cm
A Georgian mahogany metamorphic servery table, early 19th century, the rectangular table having a faux drawer with ring handles on circular plates, with tapering fluted legs to a conforming undertier, the hinged top opening to reveal folding side supports
A Georgian mahogany demi lune fold over table, circa 1830s, of pleasing proportions, the top with a lovely reeded edge over a plain skirt and with four ring turned circular and tapering legs. Height 70 cm. Width 52 cm. Total diameter 104 cm
An English oak and brass Arts & Crafts gateleg table, early 20th century, the beaten and pressed circular brass top with a interlocking Celtic-style design above turned legs with squared feet; joined with a folding cross stretcher. Height 56 cm. Diameter 5
An English beech and oak circular folding coaching table, the circular top folding in half on a X-frame turned folding base. Affixed London maker’s label underneath - ‘Thornton Herne’. Diameter 92 cm height 62.5 cm
Bruno Mathsson, folding dining table, designed 1935, oak veneer on birch plywood top with solid birch trestle base, manufactured by Firma Karl Mathsson, Sweden, dated 1959. Length 278 cm fully extended. Width 90 cm
A Victorian burr walnut Sutherland table, circa 1880, the shaped oval top with bull nose edge and drop leaves supported by folding legs with quarter panel veneer on two carved baluster columns separated by a carved stretcher on carved cabriole legs. Height
A George III mahogany circular fold over wine table, of elegant proportion, the fold over top opening to reveal a cavity, above a band frieze on tapered, slender legs and compressed bun feet. Width 54 cm. Depth 26 cm (closed). Height 71 cm
A highly important first period early colonial cedar demi lune, string inlaid fold over side table, Australian, Sydney, primary timber tested as red cedar, secondary timber (back rail) tested as eucalypt, scientific wood test document supplied. Concave scr
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