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A small, Regency mahogany extension dining table c1820

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An oak Country refectory dining table, pegged construction, clenched ends, chamfered legs, with drawer to one size, plank top. 230 cm x 96 cm x 80 cm

A French provincial style walnut banquet dining table, the plank top with clenched ends, raised on square section legs with chamfered corners, united by a slender stretcher base with conforming chamfers. 240 cm x 10 cm x 75 cm

A Louis XV style oak marquetry circular dining table, French, early 20th century, with three extensions, 76 cm high, 206 cm wide, 110 cm deep

A West Australian Colonial jarrah 8 seater dining table c.1880's with turned legs upon porcelain castors height 73 cm, top: 225 x 112 cm

A French Provinicial style extension dining table, with Parquet top and carved cabriole legs to scroll feet, 81 cm high x 232 cm wide (unextended) x 103 cm deep

Dining suite, in birdseye maple and coromandel wood veneer and laminate, comprising of six chairs and table. The table top with rounded corners and quartered veneer is supported at each end by prong shaped stands. The chairs with shaped veneer backs and wi

A fine Art Deco walnut extension dining table, circa: 1930, with two leaves, an exceptional table with a superbly polished top and matching leaves, having canted corners relief carved with grapes, strawberries and bramble berries, raised on a striking tape

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

A circular Victorian mahogany dining table on central column splay legs, 73 cm high, 125 cm diameter

A French early 19th century sycamore plank top rectangular dining table on square tapering legs

A mahogany extendable dining table, English, 19th century, supported on finely fluted legs and brass feet, together with a mahogany stand to house the extra leaves, 74 cm high, 355 cm wide (fully extended), 123 cm deep

Victorian extension dining table, with turned reeded legs and crank wind mechanism, 288 cm long (including 3 leaves 140 cm), 138 cm wide, 72 cm high approx

An impressive French dining table with parquetry top and two extension leaves, 78 cm high, 285 cm wide, 99 cm deep, fully Extended 409 cm wide

A large Victorian mahogany D-end extension dining table, with four leaves, 74 cm high, 356 cm wide, 136 cm deep

Late Regency mahogany three pedestal dining table, c. 1830, the rectangular top with rounded corners above turned pedestals supports, each with three splayed legs ending with original brass paw feet, height 71 cm width 208 cm depth 116 cm

A mahogany extension dining table, French, late 19th/early 20th century, with four leaves, fully extended 73 cm high, 330 cm wide, 110 cm deep

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

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

A George III mahogany D-end extension dining table, 74 cm high, 243 cm wide, 129 cm deep

A Georgian mahogany extension dining table, early 19th century, with two extensions and associated brass locks, an elegant table in rich tones with a bullnose edged top with rounded corners and raised on reeded legs to toupie feet with brass casters, heigh

A fine Australian fiddleback blackwood Art Deco dining table, circa 1930, 77 cm high, 155 cm wide, 88 cm deep

A 19th century blackwood dining table, supported by original porcelain castors, 78 x 244 x 106 cm

A pale mahogany twin pedestal dining table, English, early 19th century, 72 cm high, 242 cm wide, 151 cm deep

George IV mahogany extension dining table, in the manner of Gillows, with rounded rectangular top containing 4 leaves supported by turned and reeded tapering legs and brass castors, 173 cm to 395 cm long, 142 cm deep, 72 cm high. Provenance: Sotheby's

19th century French fruitwood farmhouse dining table with cutlery drawer to one end and pull out slide to the other on square tapering legs

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

A mahogany extension dining table with two leaves, circa 1875, 73 cm high, 154 cm wide (extends to 240 cm wide), 133 cm deep

Rectangular walnut refectory dining table, Spanish, 18th century, 250 cm long, 92 cm wide, 77 cm high

An unusual Fruitwood dining table, French, early 19th century, 191 cm long, 79 cm wide, 73 cm high

Oval Fruitwood dining table, French, mid 19th century, 142 cm deep, 112 cm wide, 72 cm high

An early Victorian impressive antique mahogany round tilt top dining table, a beautiful light fading to the original finish, all of which is in untouched original condition, carved lion's clawfoot on castors, height 75 cm diameter 120 cm. ProvENANCE, P

Fine quality 19th century mahogany extension dining table with 'D' ends

Rare George III faded mahogany 'D' ended extension dining room table, which converts into a pair of side tables and a centre pedestal table

A Jacobean style oak dining suite, early 20th century, comprising a dining table, four dining chairs and two carvers, 76 cm high, 168 cm wide, 84 cm wide (table)

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 Cuban mahogany George II drop side oval dining table, mid 18th century, the heavy table with colourful figuration to the bull nose top, timber hinges and raised on four tapering legs with pad feet. Height 71 cm. Length 123 cm. Width 109 cm