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Early 18th century oak oval drop leaf dining table on tapering baluster legs joined by plain stretchers

A William IV mahogany extension table, 1830s, with one leaf, having an extended bullnose edged top above a deep skirt and supported on carved and turned legs with knops, centurion skirt decoration and raised on toupie feet with brass casters, height 78 cm,

A fine Regency mahogany one leaf extension dining table, circa 1820, purported to have been the property of John Langdon Bonython of South Australia, 72 cm high, 118 cm wide (extends to 179 cm wide), 122 cm deep. Provenance: Ian and Victoria Kraitzer Colle

Mahogany extending dining table, the shaped rectangular top with gadrooned edge, on leaf and scroll carved pedestal base, with three leaves, height 76 cm width 290 cm and 413 cm (extended) depth 137 cm

An early 20th century Swedish satin birch single leaf oval extension table, on square tapering legs, 75 cm high, 118 cm cm long (closed), 90 cm wide

A William IV English mahogany two-leaf extension table, fitted legs supported by brown porcelain cup castors, in excellent condition, with winder, 79 x 238 x 121 cm

A fine six leaf Victorian mahogany extension table, mid 19th century. Provenance: purchased from the Church Guild of St Patrick's Cathedral Melbourne circa 1968, with thumbnail and bullnose edging above a deep skirt, substantial acanthus carved covers and

An impressive George IV mahogany four pedestal dining table, with five leaves, each turned pedestal with leaf carved decoration and four outswept legs, 72.5 cm high, 550 cm wide, 153 cm deep

A 17th century Dutch oak draw leaf refectory table, rectangular form with extensions at either end, on turned baluster legs united by stretchers. 79 cm high, 233 cm long extended,134 cm closed, 74 cm deep.

A large George I style oak draw leaf refectory dining table, late 20th century, with two leaves, 75 cm high, 486 cm wide, 124 cm deep

A fine Victorian mahogany four leaf extension table, mid 19th century, the top with thumb nail and bullnose edging above an apron and supported on turned and lobed baluster legs, with toupie feet and porcelain casters; with four leaves and brass connectors

A French style fruitwood draw leaf dining room table. 75.5 cm high, 285 cm wide (403 cm extended), 101 cm. deep

Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) outstanding nine piece French palisander dining room suite. Stamped: Louis Majorelle. Comprising of a three leaf extension table, six matching dining chairs, a three door raised back sideboard, and a small dessert. 126 cm high,

A Superior inlaid mahogany dining room suite, comprising two leaf extension table, eight rattan back chairs and a four door four drawer sideboard, 260 x 107 x 75 cm (table, Extended) / 215 x 50 x 93 cm (sideboard)

Large Spanish style oak dining table, with additional leaf, standing on large baluster legs joined by a central stretcher, limed finish, approx 78 cm high, 330 cm long (with leaf) x 112 cm deep

A provincial Louis XV style oak table, early 20th century. the draw leaf extension table having a serpentine parquetry top, a channel grooved shaped apron flowing to cabriole legs terminating in tightly scrolled feet. Height 76 cm length 139 cm. Width 100

Georgian fruitwood triple pedestal dining table, the shaped rectangular top above three pedestals with down-curved reeded legs and one extension leaf. Height 74 cm. Width 245 cm. Depth 129 cm

A Victorian mahogany three leaf extension dining table. 296 cm long, 132 cm wide

A George III mahogany and rosewood two pedestal dining table, circa 1800 having a moulded rim to the rosewood cross banded rectangular top, with one extension leaf, supported on tapering 'cannon' pedestals each terminating in four down splayed reeded legs

A late Victorian mahogany dining table, circa 1890. A three leaf extension table with knopped and fluted baluster legs, toupie feet and casters. Table height 77 cm. Length 143 cm. Width 123 cm. Extended length 266 cm

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 George III mahogany extension dining table, Circa 1800, with single leaf. 72 cm high, 207 cm wide, 137 cm deep

A William IV Brazilian rosewood, tilt-top round dining table, circa 1830's, having a turned baluster column with carved scrolling leaf decoration, upon a tri-platform base, with scrolling lion paw feet and castors. Height 73 cm. Diameter 136 cm

George II oak oval drop leaf dining table on tapering legs with pad feet

Antique mahogany Regency two leaf extension dining table supported by tapered octagonal column with outswept legs, approx 72 cm high, 335cm long (extended) x 125 cm deep

A walnut five-leaf extension table in the Chippendale style (seats 20) 77 x 330 (fully extended) x 115 cm

A 1930s walnut dining table with a drop center leaf 77 x 154 x 95 cm

A mahogany extension dining table in the Regency manner with six chairs and two carvers, the rectangular table with 'D' ends having a single extension leaf and raised on two pedestals each with four splayed legs terminating in brass lion's paw feet; the ba

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

Regency style twin pedestal dining table with one leaf 100 x 164 x 78 cm one leaf: 50 x 100 cm

Antique French oak extension table, consisting of a pedestal table whose ends draw out to accommodate three extension leaves, two pair of hinged support legs can be lowered at each end, 237 cm long (including three leaves 125 cm), 128 cm wide, 71 cm high

Antique mahogany extension table, on turned legs with castors, 183 cm long (including 1 extension leaf 49 cm ), 122 cm wide, 76 cm high

A Victorian mahogany three leaf extension dining room table supported on baluster fluted legs

Vintage French cherry wood Louis XV style drawer leaf dining table, approx 128 cm x 99 cm

French Louis XV style drawer leaf dining table, approx 74 cm high, 140 cm long (closed) x 103 cm deep

A Regency mahogany extension dining table rounded rectangular, with a central drop leaf supported at either end by gate legs, raised on fluted supports with brass caps and castors, 129 x 73 x 177 cm

French oak draw leaf parquetry extension table, 244 cm long (with extensions), 147 cm long (without),

George III mahogany D-end dining table, c. 1890, comprising two demi lune end tables and central drop-leaf sections, on fine moulded square tapered legs in original condition, showing excellent colour and patina, height 70 cm, width 168 cm, depth 122 cm

An Edwardian maple two leaf extension dining table. Length 180 cm. Depth 101 cm. Height 76 cm

A rare Renaissance walnut draw leaf table, France, circa 1600. 83 cm high, 136 cm wide, 72 cm deep

A vintage blackwood dining table plus extension leaf and winder