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A circular wine table raised on a gilt branch tripod base, 69 cm high, 61 cm diameter

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

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 fine pair of malachite and ormolu tripod side tables, circa 1870, French, the tables with modern glass tops, supported by well cast fish tailed putti supporting mounted malachite undertiers and flowing to slender scrolling rococo legs with dolphin embell

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

Wine table Primitive style tripod based circular table France, c. 1900s. 65 cm high, 56 cm wide, 56 cm deep

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

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 Victorian circular walnut sewing table. Second half 19th century, the circular table with thumb nail edging, and an inlaid floral motif in ebony and satinwood to the quarter veneer panelled top opening to a partitioned paper lined interior above a scallo

A mahogany dining extension table in the Regency manner. Mid 20th century, with a single leaf, the oval table with cross banded edges above two knopped and gadroon embellished pedestals to tripod bases with paw feet and brass casters. Height 74 cm. Length

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

A circular marble top tripod based wine table with brass gallery. 60 cm high.

A Georgian occasional drop leaf table, early 19th century, the elegant small square table with curved corner flap sides above a single satinwood strung oak lined drawer and raised on a knopped pedestal to a tripod base with reeded sabre legs. Height 75 cm.

George III pie crust occasional table c. 1780 on carved tripod base. Height 62 cm. Provenance: purchased from Paul Kenny

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

A Georgian mahogany two tier tripod table, late 18th to early 19th century, the circular table with double reed edging, a cotton reel style ring turned pedestal to curved splayed legs. Height 100 cm diameter 60 cm

A Victorian tilt top mahogany occasional table, 19th century, the circular table raised on a ring turned stem to a tripod base with shaped splayed legs with knees to tapering feet. Height 69 cm diameter 75 cm

A Georgian period mahogany tilt-top small supper table, of plain oblong shape with rounded corners, on elegant turned pedestal support with oak tripod base. Surface marks. 81 cm x 70 cm x 74 cm

A Georgian mahogany tilt top table, late 18th to early 19th century, the occasional table with pie crust edging above a birdcage and knopped stem to a tripod base. Height 66 cm. diameter 75 cm

A small French tripod based timber occasional table, in mixed timbers including fruitwood, kingwood and bird's eye maple, with a diamond parquetry top, cross banded edging and upon a slender pedestal with splayed legs. Height 48 cm. diameter 33 cm

A rare early George III Spanish mahogany pie-crust tripod table, the one piece top with serpentine pie-crust rim, brass snap catch to the hinged top supported on a fluted turned column and tripod base with decorative leaf carved relief detail and ball and

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

A George IV mahogany circular top tripod based wine table with a ring turned standard, 53 cm diameter x 76 cm high

A 19th century Italian mahogany tripod based wine table with a circular tilt top above a turned and wrythen stem, 58 cm diameter x 70 cm high

A Georgian mahogany tilt-top pie crust wine table, on turned column support with a beautifully carved tripod base and ball and claw feet. Diameter 790, height 74 cm

Antique George II circular tripod snap top table on a turned column all on three out swept pad feet, approx 69 cm

A Victorian walnut tripod occasional table, 19th century, the small circular table with bull nose edging above a carved and knopped pedestal, splayed curvaceous legs with foliate carved knees and scrolled feet. Height 50.5 cm diameter 48 cm

A Georgian wine table, the pie crust top sits on a birdcage tripod base, the column and legs with decorative floral carving, the pad feet with paw detail, the top requires some attention to an old split. 60.1 cm x 70.1 cm

A George III oak tripod base wine table, English, early 19th century. 73.5 cm high, 80.5 cm diameter. Provenance: The Connoisseurs' Store, South Yarra

A George III mahogany tripod base wine table, English, circa 1790. 67 cm high, 73.8 cm diameter

A pair of French style marble top circular tripod tables having hand cut crystal legs. Height: 89 cm, diameter: 56 cm

Antique splatter work Gypsy/wine table c1880. Octagonal top decorated with stencil work fern & wattle motif. Tripod base with ebonized turned legs & gilt highlights. Original patina, slight water damage spot on top. Height 66 cm

A Topographical Sights and Plans table with red and white timber tripod

An early Victorian walnut flower table with a removable circular top, opening to an removable shallow circular tin tray, tripod base, 61 cm diameter x 73 cm high

A pair of French Empire style bronze based side tables circular, each with a radiating chevron pattern, above a tripod bronze base, 61.5 x 64.5 cm

A French Empire style leather mounted tripod based occasional table, the circular top covered in tan leather with a close nailed border, raised on a bronze tripod base, 60 cm diameter x 65 cm high

19th century cedar sewing table with two drawers on tripod base, measures 77 cm x 38.5 cm x 76 cm

An early George III oak tilt-top wine table, the oval top raised on a ring turned baluster column from a slender tripod base. 88 cm x 62.5 cm x 72.5 cm