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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

A cedar fixed top dining table over four turned legs, 79 x 214 x 105 cm

A George III mahogany twin pedestal extension dining table, 73 cm high, 211 cm wide, 113 cm deep

An oval elm wood dining table, French 19th century, 73.5 cm high, 190 cm wide, 108 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

Chippendale style mahogany D-end dining table & eight chairs the table with rope twist edge, two additional leaves on acanthus topped cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, the chairs of traditional design with pierced vase shaped splats, comprising two ca

Early 18th century oak oval gate leg dining table with turned legs and stretchers, together with a set of four Cromwellian style oak dining chairs

A fine Georgian mahogany patent concertina-action extending dining table by William Pocock, English circa 1800, 68 cm high, 243 cm long, extended, 123 cm wide. Provenance: J B Hawkins

Quality William IV mahogany extension dining table with three extension leaves supported by turned inverted tulip carved legs

Australian Colonial cedar 'D' end extension dining table with two leaves and turned legs

A George III mahogany dining table with central gate section and D ends. Provenance: Wilson's Antiques formerly of Bourke Road Hawthorn. 72 cm high, 288 cm long, 118 cm wide.

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 Colonial extension dining table with 2 leaves, Australian red cedar with shaped octagonal legs, mid 19th century, 74 cm high, 119 cm diameter (when closed), extends to 241 cm

A fine extension dining table with four extension leaves, Australian cedar, circa 1845, 74 cm high, 134 cm extends to 353 cm, 142 cm wide

Early Victorian pedestal dining table, 132 cm diameter, 73 cm high

Oak oval dining table, with barley twist supports, 182 cm x 103 cm, 75 cm high

Mahogany extension dining table, 355 cm long approx (including 4 leaves 205 cm approx), 152 cm wide, 72.5 cm high, supported by 8 turned legs, only 3 extension leaves are fitted in the photographs

Antique English Sheraton period mahogany D-end extension dining table, cross banded with satin and fruitwood, on twelve square tapering legs ending in spade feet. Approx 74 cm high, 280 cm wide (with the leaves in) x 112 cm deep

A William IV Australian cedar dining table, New South Wales origin most likely the work of Andrew Lenehan, 72 cm high, 122 cm diameter

A limed oak rectangular refectory dining table, French, 19th century, 78 cm high, 200 cm wide, 85 cm deep

An Empire style pale grey painted oval dining table, French, 19th century, 71 cm high, 130 cm wide, 113 cm deep

A timber dining table with wrought iron base, 183 x 92 x 76 cm

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 George III Sheraton mahogany D-end dining table, English, circa 1800, 73 cm high, 268 cm wide, 114 cm deep. Exhibited: Questers, Sydney, 29 May 1971

A 'La Barca' pale oak folding dining table Italian, designed by Piero de Martini, 72 cm high, 200 cm long