Victorian burr walnut and marquetry side table, with a serving tray top inlaid with flowers, raised on four ebonised down-swept legs, with Antique Dealer Association label. Height 77 cm. Width 82 cm. Depth 58 cm. Provenance: The Collection of Peggy Moore,
A Victorian mahogany and ebonised servery table, late 19th century, of rectangular form, the top with bull nose edging, curved corners and a small splashback, with a deep skirt and raised on knopped and fluted legs to a conforming platform base, and having
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
An Australian blackwood serving table, circa 1820, the rectangular panelled top with thumb moulded edge above a single fiddle cut drawer, raised on square tapering legs joined by an H-stretcher, 121 cm wide, 68 cm deep, 71 cm high. Provenance: Old Colony I
19th century Kauri pine dresser/servery table, the upper section fitted with 27 drawers and narrow shelf above a table servery with two drawers supported on four turned legs, length 3 metres approx. Provenance: Originally from the Royal Hotel Rainbow (Vic)
A very fine George III period serpentine mahogany serving table, English, circa 1790 91 cm high, 160 cm long, 75 cm deep. Provenance: The Wheeler collection, Passy Hunters Hill. Sotheby's 14/8/1994 Lot # 348 Literature: Rogan, John P Antiques in Australia
An Australian cedar two drawer serving table, circa 1845, the back with a central rectangular crossbanded panel between conforming double scrolled ends above a rectangular top, the frieze with a pair of ogee panelled drawers and three fiddle pattern cedar
A rare Tasmanian cedar serving table, attributed to whiteside, cabinet maker from Perth, tasmania, circa 1830, the rectangular top with stepped protruding edge above a pair of double ogee decorated frieze drawers, one fitted for cutlery, supported on a pai
A very good and scarce early colonial cedar metamorphic (rise and fall) dumb waiter, with a good working mechanism, used as a serving table and three tier dumb waiter, good undisturbed old worn finish, 114 cm wide, 125 cm high when open, 86 cm high closed
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