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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 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.
A late George III ebony-inlaid mahogany pembroke table, early 19th century, the rounded rectangular top above an ebony-inlaid frieze drawer and a conforming false drawer front to the opposing end, raised on four turned supports above a platform base on out
A Georgian oak gate leg table, the plain circular four plank top supported on traditional turned leg stretcher base. Good colour and patina. The single drawer at one end has been replaced. Diameter 95 cm, height 68 cm
A Georgian mahogany demilune flat-top crossbanded card table, the interior lined with green baize, central single drawer and two dummy side drawers, restrained boxwood stringing and four elegant tapering square section legs with original brass roller caste
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 Georgian/early Victorian mahogany gateleg table, circa 1830s-40s, the table with long drop sides with reeded edges, raised on slender turned and tapering legs with petite brass casters. Height 69 cm. Extended length 147 cm. Width 90 cm
A Georgian tilt top mahogany tripod based table, late 18th to early 19th century, the rectangular table upon a baluster and knopped stem to a cylindrical base of square set unadorned curvaceous legs. Height 69 cm. Length 65 cm. Width 50 cm
A good George III mahogany tripod side table, the circular top of one piece of solid mahogany, snap fitting to the restrained turned column and tripod base with pad feet, good colour and patina. Diameter 72 cm, height 73 cm
A Georgian mahogany pembroke table. Early 19th century, in rich purple tones with good patina, having fold out flaps supporting the side panels and a single cockbeaded drawer to one short end with brass pull handles, a mock drawer to the other end, raised
An early George III country oak lowboy, the rectangular plank top with carved repeating detail to the thumb moulded edge, the four restrained turned legs with lower stretchers and ovoid turned legs. 76 cm x 49 cm x 73.5 cm
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
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