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A William IV foldover tea table with ebony stringing, 76 x 100 x 100 cm

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 mahogany drop-side work table. 74 cm high, 96 cm wide, 50 cm deep

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

William IV mahogany D shaped fold over card table on octagonal tapering column support, concave platform base with bun feet

William IV rosewood D shaped fold over card table with egg and dart moulded edge, octagonal tapering column on concave platform base with flower head feet and original brass castors.

William IV rosewood marble top occasional table the square top with acanthus leaf carved border on tapering octagonal column with acanthus collar, concave platform base with four lions paw feet.

A William IV rosewood card table, the top opens to reveal green baize-raised on a turned column with acanthus leaf decoration, quatrefoil base with lion paw feet. 91 cm x 45 cm x 75 cm

A superb William IV rosewood work table on a decorative centre pedestal, 63 cm high. 57 cm x 57 cm

William Howitt: Occasional table, carved jarrah with portrait carved top. Provenance: Hardey family collection, Western Australia

A William IV flame mahogany flap-top tea table, raised on octagonal column, the quatrefoil base with paw feet. 91 cm x 90 cm x 76 cm

Antique William IV rosewood fold over card table approx, 74 cm high

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

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 mahogany fully fitted sewing table on a superbly decorated column supported on lion paw feet, 65 cm high, 53 cm wide, 43 cm deep

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

A William IV mahogany fold-over card table. 74 cm high, 93 cm wide, 46 cm deep

A William IV rosewood work table, 19th centuryhigh, 73 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A William IV mahogany work table, circa 1840. 76 cm high, 71 cm wide, 44 cm deep

A William IV rosewood card table, circa 1835, the baise lined swivel top folding out on to support above cushion fronted frieze flanked by acanthus scroll mouldings, on tapered column terminating in quatrefoil platform with acanthus scroll feet

A William IV rosewood side table having two drawers supported on two columns and stretcher with out swept feet. 73 cm high, 130 cm long, 70 cm deep

William IV English mahogany circular two leaf extension dining table with bird cage & platform base. 71 cm high, 122 cm - 242 cm long, 120 cm wide

A William IV Goncalo Alves (tigerwood) fold-over top card table, c.1830's, with felt lined top, turned reeded central column, attached to a platform base on carved lion paw feet. Height 75 cm x top 91 x 44 cm. Extended: 91 x 88 cm

Card table, William IV rose wood with claw feet. 75 cm high, 91 cm wide, 45 cm deep.

A William IV rosewood concave front work table, the hinged top enclosing compartments with a carved columns on outstretched legs

A William IV mahogany pedestal extension dining table rounded rectangular, with a pedestal base on reeded cylindrical feet, two leaves, 206 x 72.5 x 105 cm

An Australian Colonial cedar dining suite c.1850. The suite comprises of a round tilt-top table and four rail-back dining chairs. The table top is constructed with two matched cedar boards, on a heavy turned bulbous central pedestal column, attached to a t

William IV antique mahogany dining table. Oval top with one extension leaf. Width 101 cm, Length 122 cm to 171 cm.

A William IV rosewood card table with hexagonal pedestal and carved paw feet. Width 92 cm.

A William IV carved Brazilian rosewood circular supper table on triform base with paw feet. Height 69 cm. Diameter: 122 cm.

A William IV rosewood card table with foldover top, shaped apron, octagonal baluster column and circular leaf-carved base with paw feet. Width 92 cm

English satinwood dropside sofa table, c. 1900, the top decorated with Prince of Wales plumes, garlands and jewels with two short drawers below (A/F). Height 72.5 width 91 cm width open 163 cm depth 67.5 cm. Provenance: Estate of Sir William Tyree

Fine Australian native timber specimen table top, circa 1840. Circular, centered by a five point star and finely veneered with a radiating sun burst parquetry pattern in Australian timbers including casuarina, cedar, blackwood, silky oak, eucalyptus, blue

Colonial cedar William IV hall table with carved heraldic shield back. Tapering faceted & turned octagonal legs, concealed drawer on the left side. Lovely patina. Height 115 cm, width 107 cm, depth 50 cm. Provenance: The Estate of the late Christopher Pear

A collection of ten William Yeoward crystal whiskey glasses, together with a collection of ten Waterford crystal flutes and three miscellaneous glasses

A William and Mary style birdseye veneered crinoline stretcher side table 72.5 x 73 x 62 cm.

A William IV rosewood fold over tea table rounded rectangular, raised on a turned standard and four scroll supports, brass caps and castors, 96.5 x 73 x 50 cm

A William and Mary oak single drawer side table, turned legs joined by a shaped X-form stretcher ending in ball feet 130 x 66 x 73 cm