William IV mahogany tea table, rectangular fold over top with a rosewood cross banded edge above apron drawer, raised on octagonal tapering legs, 71.5 cm high, 105 cm wide, 50 cm deep approx, some veneer losses to top edge
A fine and imposing burr elm William IV centre table, circa 1830’s, the finely inlaid table upon an oak carcass with a shallow skirt and carved leaf border raised on a tapering faceted pedestal to an extravagant circular base richly carved with lappet and
After Edward William Godwin (English, 1933-1986), Pair of Aesthetic Movement Mahogany Side Tables, square tops with turned legs and spindle suppors (2), height 65 cm width 43 cm depth 43 cm. Provenance: purchased from Copeland and de Soos
A Victorian red and gilt painted oval lacquer tray, by William S Burton 39 Oxford Street, 2 & 3 Newman Street & Perry Place, London and registration stamp for 25th November 1867, on a later base forming an occasional table, 49 cm high, 77 cm wide,
A mahogany William IV breakfast table , circa 1830s. The circular table in deep tones with bull nose edging above a shallow skirt, supported on an octagonal pedestal to a concave triangular base with generous reeded volute feet and small recessed casters.
A William IV figured mahogany tea table, early 1830s, the rounded rectangular top (square when open) swivelling and folding above the plain frieze, raised on a faceted baluster stem and concave-sided platform base with bold paw feet. Height 71 cm. Length 9
A William IV fold over mahogany games table, circa 1830, the squared table with a circular baize interior upon a faceted pedestal to a circular boss with fine upward scrolling feet. Height 74 cm. Length 92 cm. Width 45 cm. Extended length 91 cm
A William IV mahogany drum style table, circa 1830s-40s, the top with fine figuration and gadroon edging above a deep skirt centred with a leather insert and raised upon a substantial conical pedestal to a triform base with large conical feet terminating i
A William IV tilt top platform based table, circa 1830s. A rectangular table with rounded corners raised upon a pillar to a shaped quadripartite base with short cylindrical supports to beehive shaped bun feet. Height 69 cm. Width 145 cm. Depth 93 cm
A William IV Brazilian rosewood, tilt-top round dining table, circa 1830's, having a turned baluster column with carved scrolling leaf decoration, upon a tri-platform base, with scrolling lion paw feet and castors. Height 73 cm. Diameter 136 cm
A William IV mahogany work table, early 19th century, the circular table with a flame mahogany top, to a tapered drum with a velvet lined interior and a cover having four circular partitions, raised upon a knopped and reeded stem to a circular base with fo
An exceptional mahogany William IV extension table, first quarter 19th century, with six leaves, the top with thumbnail edging, a deep skirt and supported on fine tapering turned and reeded legs, terminating in brass caps and casters. Height 74 cm. Width 1
A good mahogany William IV games table, 1830s, in rich molasses tones, the hinged rectangular table with a green baize top, classical anthemion and shell motifs to the skirt upon a knopped baluster stem with a foliate and skirted base, with four square for
A William IV flame mahogany side table, with swivelling top revealing a storage compartment, oblong shape with rounded front corners, turned pedestal support with well carved acanthus leaf decoration and four short scroll feet. 87 cm x 43 cm x 72 cm
A mahogany William IV side table, circa 1820s-30s, the rectangular top with curved corners having two frieze drawers with twin turned handles, faux drawers to the opposite long side, raised on faceted tapering legs to circular bases with carved fold motifs
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