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An Australian cedar 2 drawer servery table, South Australian origin, circa 1860, 92 cm high, 107 cm wide, 49 cm deep

A small mahogany servery table and cutlery canteen. Mid 20th century. The Georgian style table with a rear low gallery and three rows of three drawers of graduating depth, double width to the centre, the first two rows fitted for a canteen service, with a

A marble topped gilded hall table in the rococo style, with a serpentine red mottled marble top above a profusely pierced and moulded base with sinuous vegetal decoration to the apron, sweeping inverted foliate legs serving also as stretchers and United by

A French walnut Louis XV style scallop top rectangular two tier serving table with pull out slides. 80 cm high, 89 cm wide, 56 cm deep

A Regency mahogany serving table, having a breakfront rectangular top, curved sides, above inset panels to the frieze, two central frieze drawers, supported on tapering reeded legs surmounted by scrolled capitals and lion masks, resting on square panelled

A George III mahogany serving table, of incurving shaped outline with two short frieze drawers on square tapering legs, 104 cm width.. Provenance: illustrated in Art & Australia Vol 3 no 4, page 258.

A French oak servery table, circa 1890s, the table with a squared back centred with an arch and applied rosette, a long shallow shelf and shaped and pierced scroll work to the sides, the table top with a pair of frieze drawers with turned handles and raise

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 William IV mahogany servery table, circa 1820s, of fine restrained form with generous pedestals with canted tops above cellaret cupboards flanked by tapering columns, the concave central servery section with a low squared back and two frieze drawers, dec

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

A French cherrywood 3 drawer servery table, 20th century. 80 cm high, 189 cm wide, 52 cm deep

An Edwardian walnut pembroke table, circa 1900-1910, a rectangular table with curved corners and bull nose edging with eight turned legs, two outward folding legs serving as supports to the extended ends. Height 73.5 cm. Width 90 cm. Depth 62.5 cm

A carved oak and marble serpentine front serving table, French provincial, 18th/19th century. 76 cm high, 147 cm wide, 53.3 cm deep

A George III mahogany serving table, circa 1790 having Goncalo Alves cross banding and boxwood stringing to the rectangular top, the strung frieze centred by a raised tablet, supported on tapering square form inlaid legs terminating in spade feet 91 cm hig

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

A French cherry wood serving table, 19th century and later, with central pullout drawer and side pullout serving leaf to one end. Height 77 cm, length 226 cm, Depth 73 cm

Superb Edwardian Sheraton revival servery table, with 2 marquetry inlay & cross banded tiers, the top with glass bottom lift out tray supported by tapered square saber legs, 80 cm x 52 cm, 90 cm high approx

A Georgian mahogany metamorphic servery table, early 19th century, the rectangular table having a faux drawer with ring handles on circular plates, with tapering fluted legs to a conforming undertier, the hinged top opening to reveal folding side supports

A George III serpentine mahogany and satin wood string inlaid serving table, circa 1790. 80 cm high, 117 cm wide and 60 cm deep

A French Empire style mahogany serving table, with a marble top, and an under shelf on tapering legs. 94 cm high, 113 cm wide, 31 cm deep

A Continental early 19th century oak serving table with a plank top with pinned bulbous legs. 77 cm high, 180 cm wide, 78 cm deep

A good Georgian mahogany veneer serving table 153 cm x 64 cm x 86 cm. Provenance: Aquired from the Sim Rubenson Estate Auction, James R Lawson Pty Ltd 1973. Prior to that purchased from Francis DeGroot.

A Sheraton Revival mahogany hall table or servery fitted with drawer

An English oak 18th century Jacobean buffet servery table

A large carved fruitwood and walnut serving table, Spanish, 17th century. 214 cm wide, 84 cm high, 70 cm deep

A Regency mahogany sofa table c.1820-1830. The table has a single drawer one end, with a turned central pedestal column, sabre leg base. The top is a drop-side type, which extends from side table to a serving table. Height 72 cm; top: 105 x 59 cm; Extended

An good early Victorian mahogany serving table, with a raised back, of rectangular form on cabriole legs terminating in paw feet. Provenance Lal Lal Homestead

A Victorian mahogany serving table with three-quarter gallery and two frieze drawers; on shaped end supports United by a shaped stretcher. Width 104 cm

A fine burr walnut and parquetry circular etagere, 19th century, the three tier serving table with curvaceous legs, a gilt bronze pierced gallery and floral mounts and sabots, exquisitely decorated to each tier with a parquetry lattice in walnut and satinw

Tasmanian solid huon pine servery table c1840, in the Gothic style with platform stretcher base. King pattern book 1835. Height 74 cm, width 121 cm, depth 56 cm. Rare

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

Georgian oak servery table, with single drawer, 165 cm wide, 63 cm deep, 79 cm high

English antique late Victorian mahogany turned leg servery table, approx 85 cm high, 235 cm long

A French provincial cherrywood serving table early 19th century. The table is of pegged construction with three storage drawers and brass drop handles with side serving pull-out shelf. Height 76 cm. Length 183 cm. Width 68 cm

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

Victorian mahogany serving table c.1850, the table is a serpentine shape design with two, elongated cabriole style front legs, carved upper leg, scrolls and lion paw feet, upon a platform base. Height 103 cm. Width 103 cm. Depth 43 cm

Vintage 2 tier servery table with drawer, 89 cm wide, 92 cm high

A replica Adam style mahogany serving table, makers label. Robert brown traditionally hand crafted furniture. 497 Malvern road Toorak breakfront with gadrooned frieze on fluted tapering legs. 83 cm high, 240 cm wide, 60 cm deep.

Unusual Victorian Joseph Rodgers tea, coffee and cutlery canteen matched set comprising of gadrooned tea and coffee pots, milk and sugar of electroplated Britannia metal, fiddle back soup ladle and pair of large serving spoons, zylonite handled fish server

Gundorph Albertus for Georg Jensen Denmark, Cactus sterling silver 99 pieces part flatware set. First designed 1930, Denmark. Marked 'Sterling Denmark', dotted circle mark, comprising: 12 dinner knives, 12 dessert knives, 12 dinner forks, 12 dessert forks,