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An Australian cedar occasional table with reeded edge, ring turned column and carved tongue carved motif, New South Wales origin, circa 1830, Illustrated in 'Early Colonial Furniture' by Craig and Fahy, page 139, 71 cm high, 48 cm wide, 38 cm deep

A cedar occasional table, circa 1840, 69 cm high, 56 cm diameter

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

A cedar circular occasional table with platform base and baluster shaped column, circa 1845, 65 cm high, 53 cm diameter

An Australian cedar occasional table with circular barley twist column and bullseye carved roundels, circa 1845, 72 cm high, 61 cm diameter

An early cedar one drawer side table with triple ring turned legs and original patina, New South Wales origin, circa 1830, a similar example fetched $18,000 at th Keith Oakey Collection, Sotheby's, 74 cm high, 91 cm wide, 44 cm deep

An early 20th century cedar two drawer hall table, 73 x 91 x 51 cm

An Australian cedar side table on tripod base. 66 cm high, 48 cm wide

An Australian cedar and pine 1 drawer occasional table, 19th century. 73 cm high, 129 cm wide, 62 cm deep.

A small cedar pedestal tilt top table, early 20th century, the rustic oval table with a knopped pedestal raised on a generous tripod base. Height 74 cm. Length 103 cm. Depth 76 cm

A late Victorian Australian cedar two drawer side table with cotton reel legs. Height 75 cm. Width 85 x 50 cm

A Victorian cedar low rectangular stretcher base table, circa 1880, 67 x 83 cm, 40 cm high

A rare and important pair of early Tasmanian Colonial period Australian cedar table ends of D shape, each on three square tapering legs, circa 1820, 72 x 102 x 52 cm. Accompanied by a wood technologist's report from Dr Hugo Illich, stating that the princip

A Victorian cedar Pembroke table, circa 1850, 118 x 127 cm leaves extended. 59 cm high

An early D-end side table, Australian cedar with ring turn legs, circa 1830. 69 cm high, 123 cm wide, 55 cm deep

An Australian kauri pine spatter work cricket table, late 19th century. 55 cm high, 45 cm diameter

An Australian blackwood library table with 3 drawers and burgundy leather insert top, late 19th century. 77 cm high, 240 cm wide, 148 cm deep

An Australian inlaid timber folk art occasional table, huon pine, silky oak, cedar, blackwood & Tasmanian oak, early 20th century. 71 cm high, 52 cm wide, 53 cm deep

A cedar sofa table, mid 19th century. 73 cm high, 122 cm wide, 60 cm deep

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 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 N.Z. colonial native timbers inlaid chess top table, of octagonal shape on dark stained turned pedestal support with tripod base. The intricate inlaid top with a tumbling block border design and thumbnail moulded edge. Ex. the estate of Ruth Simon, Sydne

An early Colonial cedar hall table, ex-Hobart. Height 74 cm width 152 cm, depth 61 cm

A Victorian cedar hall table. Second half 19th century, having a slightly extended top above a small frieze drawer with a timber pull handle and supported on turned and tapering legs to toupie feet. Height 72 cm. Length 106 cm. Depth 54 cm

An Australian cedar single drawer side table, 19th century. 72 cm high, 107 cm wide, 50 cm deep

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

Colonial mottled kauri work table serpentine shaped table surface lifting to reveal fitted interior on single long drawer base on twin turned column supports with stretcher height 76 cm. Width 77 cm. Depth 58 cm

Full cedar colonial two drawer side table (c. 1870) with original polish 74 cm high, 106 cm wide, 47 cm deep

An Edwardian octagonal cedar occasional table. 64 cm high, 50 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A small circular cedar tilt-top supper table, supported on turned column & tripod base. Circa 1890s. 72 cm high, 94 cm diameter

Cedar single draw side table, late 19th century. Height 73 cm. Width 98 cm. Depth 50 cm

School of Robert Prenzel occasional table carved with griffins, Australian blackwood circa 1915. 48 cm high, 92 cm wide, 35 cm deep

An Australian Colonial cedar serving table with shaped panel back and two frieze drawers; raised on cotton reel turned legs. Width 128 cm

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

19th century trumpet style sewing table on tripod base inlaid with huon pine cedar musk & blackwood

A rare New Zealand colonial period dark stained kauri table vitrine, of French style with a glazed and lined serpentine top, elegant slender carved cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. 68 cm x 48 cm x 73 cm

A Victorian cedar extension dining table. Second half 19th century, with two extension leaves and winder, the square table with rounded ends above a deep skirt with a reeded trim and supported on four waisted baluster reeded legs with foliate carved caps,

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

A small cedar single-drawer side table, Australian, circa 1850, 75 cm high, 62 cm wide, 51 cm deep

A huon pine console table, Hobart, circa 1830, 80.5 cm high, 71 cm wide, 54 cm deep. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra p. 408 (illustrated)