Learn about Breakfast Table

From the 16th to the 18th century, breakfast and supper were generally eaten in the bedroom or small parlour, so early examples of breakfast tables are small. As defined by Chippendale in the 'Director', third edition the breakfast table was a small four legged table with two hinged flaps to extend the top, making it easy to unobtrusivly store when not in use, and sometimes with fretwork decoration to the stretchers. In the late 18th century and early 19th century, breakfast became a more sociable affair, and the breakfast table morphed into a circular table in mahogany, rosewood or highly figured walnut with a tilt-top, on a single pedestal base. The same table could also be called a supper table, but not a loo table, as they are generally oval in shape.
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A pietra dura marble topped coffee table, by Leslie Walford, of circular form on a bamboo form bronze base, signed Leslie Walford with dedication to his friend James Fairfax to base, 77 cm diameter

Victorian burr walnut and marquetry oval snap top breakfast table on cathedral pillar base

Pair of circular, two-tiered Louis XVI style side tables with floral marquetry inlay and ormolu mounts, each approx 83 cm high 42 cm diameter

A decorative French circular walnut and floral marquetry two tier table with drawer, 68 cm high, 35 cm diameter

A quarter veneered burr walnut circular occasional table, English, 19th century, 71 cm high, 51 cm diameter

A fine quality mahogany circular wine table on tripod base, English, 19th century, 72 cm high, 70 cm diameter

A pair of Carpanelli maple, Macassar ebony, ebonised and mother of pearl inlaid circular side tables, circa 1980s, each with a circular top above an apron inlaid with diamond patera and foliate motifs, raised on a tapering stem and a stepped circular foot,

A circular Gustavian style centre table, with turned and fluted legs and x shaped stretcher. Painted pine. Diameter 114 cm

A contemporary circular metal side table, height 69 cm, diameter 44 cm

Carlo II style fruitwood centre table, 18th century, the circular top above carved trestle supports and S-shaped iron brackets, height 75 cm diameter 117 cm. Provenance: Jose Maria Delray collection. Graham Geddes Antiques, Melbourne, 1995, private collect

An Australian circular cedar supper table, circa 1835, 76 cm high, 113 cm diameter

A Georgian mahogany flap-top demi-lune supper table, of plain design with restrained boxwood stringing, the four tapering square section legs with spade feet. 92 cm x 45 cm x 72 cm.

A Biedermeier circular supper table, Austria, 19th century, circular, raised on a faceted pedestal on a circular base, with later extensions, 74 x 110 cm (unextended)

Two Biedermeier blonde wood side tables, one circular with tapering legs on bun feet joining to a cross stretcher, the other rectangular with a single drawer. The circular table measures 71 x 69 cm, the rectangular table measures 73 x 63.5 x 43.5 cm

An Empire style circular side table, raised on a tripod base with swan shaped legs, 70.5 cm high, 58 cm diameter

A French Louis XVI mahogany & Satine tripod Guieridon, 18th century, the circular red marble top with a raised rim, on a circular fluted shaft and splayed legs, each terminating in pad feet in the shape of shoes, stamped N. Petit for Nicolas Petit (mai

A George III mahogany circular tripod table, the tilt top raised on column stem and three scroll feet, 76 cm diameter, 71 cm high

A Regency mahogany tilt-top breakfast table, 73 cm high, 160 cm wide, 117 cm deep

A George III mahogany rectangular breakfast table, 70 cm high, 86 cm wide, 61.5 cm deep

A Regency rosewood circular occasional table, 71 cm high, 55 cm diameter

A William IV mahogany circular dining table, 82 cm high, 134 cm diameter

A George III mahogany circular tripod table, mid 18th century, the tilt top raised on bird cage and baluster stem, and three capped scroll feet, 70 cm diameter, 71 cm high

Three various occasional tables, comprising to circular tops and one square top, (3)

A Georgian mahogany tilt top wine table, late 18th century, with a plain circular top above a tapering turned stem to a tripod base with cabriole legs and pad feet, height 71 cm, diameter 76 cm

A Georgian mahogany tilt top wine table, late 18th century, with a plain circular top above a turned stem to a tripod base with cabriole legs with blunt toed pad feet, height 74 cm, diameter 73 cm

A miniature Australian fiddleback blackwood supper table, early 20th century, 31 cm high, 35 cm wide, 30 cm deep

A circular inlaid chess table, over a turned column on four feet, in very good condition, with chess set, height 77 cm, diameter 76 cm

An important rare Australian colonial centre table, circa 1840, the circular top inlaid with exotic Australian woods on a turned bulbous hexagonal column and triform base terminating inreeded bun feet and brass castors. A similar table is featured in Furni

A small antique English oak gate leg table, the circular top on turned column supports, single gates, stretcher base, drawer at one end. Some surface marks. Diameter 86 cm, height 71 cm

A finely carved walnut marble topped circular table by Maison Krieger, Paris, circa 1890, 76 cm high, 86 cm diameter

A French Empire ormolu mounted mahogany circular centre table with green marble top, circa 1810, above a frieze with applied griffins, and anthemion flanked rosettes, on four bold winged caryatids, supported by tapering legs on lion paw feet and stretcher

An Edwardian circular occasional table with bookstand, English, early 20th century, 79 cm high, 45 cm diameter

A circular mahogany wine table on tripod base, English 19th century, 80 cm high, 54 cm diameter

A mahogany circular brazier table?? on tripod base, English, 19th, 79 cm high

A French silvered and gilded glass top centre table, the circular glass top raised on a bull rush formed base. 72 x 150 cm.

A 19th century oak tilt top circular table, raised on a tripod base. 75 x 87 cm., Provenance: the Kurt Albrecht collection.

A late Regency swivel topped card table in rosewood, standing on a circular platform base with four claw feet. Height 74 cm, width 91 cm, depth 45 cm.

An antique supper table, in mahogany, tripod base turned central column. Height 68 cm, diameter 78 cm.

A good Baltic pine breakfast table, in good condition, minor wear to finish, 77 x 153 x 82 cm

A two-tier circular occasional table, height 75 cm, diameter 65 cm

A c.1820 German Biedermeier cherrywood circular dining table, fully restored in perfect condition, 78 x 121 x 121 cm

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