Learn about Occasional Table

A small portable table, usually with a fixed top, able to be moved easily for the convenience of visitors. The term covers numerous designs, and the top may be rectangular, oval or round, standing on tripod, pedestal or framed legs.

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An Edwardian occasional table, musk, fiddleback blackwood, fiddleback Queensland maple and rose mahogany, 78 cm high, 71 cm wide, 47 cm across

An Australian Art Deco occasional table, blackwood, cedar and maple, 53 cm high, 50 cm diameter

A solid burl musk occasional table, Tasmanian origin, 20th century, 51 cm high, 64 cm wide, 56 cm deep

An Australian Art Deco occasional table, huon and blackwood top, fiddleback, maple, silky oak and eucalypt, circa 1920, 54 cm high, 74 cm wide, 48 cm deep

Sheraton revival 2 tier occasional table, in mahogany and fruitwood, with 2 graduated marquetry inlay tiers supported by 4 out swept legs joined by an x stretcher, 90 cm x 55 cm, 80 cm high.. Provenance: Sotheby's Sydney, the Entire Stock in Trade of F

A circular walnut three tier occasional table. Maker W. H. Rocke & Co. Melbourne.

An occasional table with square tapering legs, full cedar, late 19th century, 71 cm high, 51 cm wide, 38 cm deep

An early Colonial occasional table, huon pine, musk, fiddleback blackwood and pine string inlay, huon pine secondary timbers and feet, Tasmanian origin, origonal finish, c1835, 76 cm high, 51 cm wide, 43 cm deep

Thomas Griffiths Inlaid timber occasional table, Mount Tamborine, Queensland, early 20th century, 77 cm high, 64 cm square

An Australian cedar occasional table with reeded edge, ring turned column and carved tongue carved motif, New South Wales origin, circa 1830, Illustrated in 'Early Colonial Furniture' by Craig and Fahy, page 139, 71 cm high, 48 cm wide, 38 cm deep

A cedar occasional table, circa 1840, 69 cm high, 56 cm diameter

A cedar circular occasional table with platform base and baluster shaped column, circa 1845, 65 cm high, 53 cm diameter

An Australian cedar occasional table with circular barley twist column and bullseye carved roundels, circa 1845, 72 cm high, 61 cm diameter

A kauri pine occasional table with one drawer. 76 cm high, 34 cm deep, 58 cm wide cm

An Australian cedar and pine 1 drawer occasional table, 19th century. 73 cm high, 129 cm wide, 62 cm deep.

William Howitt: Occasional table, carved jarrah with portrait carved top. Provenance: Hardey family collection, Western Australia

An Australian inlaid timber folk art occasional table, huon pine, silky oak, cedar, blackwood & Tasmanian oak, early 20th century. 71 cm high, 52 cm wide, 53 cm deep

An Edwardian octagonal cedar occasional table. 64 cm high, 50 cm wide, 50 cm deep

School of Robert Prenzel occasional table carved with griffins, Australian blackwood circa 1915. 48 cm high, 92 cm wide, 35 cm deep

A blackwood occasional table, Hobart, circa 1815, 79 cm high, 38 cm diameter. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra plate 487 (illustrated)

Victorian rosewood triangular occasional table. Three drop sides which form circular table when extended. String inlay & classical decoration to top. Galleried shelf to base. Ex Sydney Observatory c.1880s. Height 73 cm and Depth 70 cm (when open)

Victorian cedar occasional table, with turned reeded ends and stretcher on 4 scroll carved legs, 92 x 59 cm, 71.5 cm high

Interesting carved walnut occasional table, carved in high relief with four male heads with long beards, and carved leaves in relief, approx 67 cm high, 52 cm wide, 42 cm deep

A cedar occasional table, Tasmanian 19th century. 78 cm high, 81 cm wide, 45.5 cm deep. Provenance: The Estate of the late Christopher Pearson, Adelaide

An Australian chip carved cedar occasional table, 19th century. 77 cm high, 40 cm wide and 40 cm deep

A rare carved oak occasional table by Robert Prenzel and Johann Treede, Australian, late 19th/early 20th century, signed ‘Treede & Prenzel, Sturt St., S.M, Europ. labor’. 72 cm high

A cedar occasional table with plain rectangular top and gun-barrel legs. Length 67 cm. Width 33 cm.

Vintage two tiered cedar occasional table oval top, 60 cm x 45 cm, 76 cm high

An Australian circular occasional table, 19th century. 76 cm high, 63 cm diameter

An Australian cedar occasional table, the circular leather inset top raised on leaf capped graduated supports, 75 cm in diameter, 51 cm high

An Australian kauri pine and spatter work occasional table Circa 1885, circa 1885 the oval fern decorated top with a serrated edge, supported on a turned column, raised on four splayed legs, 64 cm wide, 46 cm deep, 72 cm high. Provenance: Simpson's Antique

An Australian huon pine specimen top occasional table, Tasmania, circa 1860, the octagonal top inlaid with various native timbers in a geometric pattern with a central chess board supported on a tulip carved column with three out-swept scrolled legs, 56 cm

A Colonial round huon pine occasional table, Tasmanian, 19th century. 74 cm high, 45 cm diameter

Antique exhibition top inlaid occasional table, with intricate geometric designs in Australian native timbers. Huon pine, fiddleback blackwood, maple, jarrah, musk and ebony, on a blackwood base

Colonial musk tilt top occasional table with facetted bulbous centre columns on segmented round base

A fine nest of three George IV rosewood tables, English, circa 1825 one for woolwork, one for games and one occasional, the largest 69 cm high, 47 cm wide and 34 cm deep. Provenance: Christie's Melbourne 2002 March lot 190

A New Zealand timbers occasional table, the octagonal top inlaid with a starburst design enclosed within a diamond field with scalloped sides framed by quadrants of burr totara reserved on a field of figured kauri and rewarewa. Raised on four turned legs w

A rare early New South Walesbeefwood occasional table, Sydney, circa 1840, the rectangular top has moulded edges and rounded corners, supported on tapering hexagonal column on quatreform base, raised on peg feet. Length 57 cm. Width 46.5 cm. Height 75.5 cm

A George III style kauri wood occasional table of canted rectangular form on bamboo style stand. Width 56 cm. Depth 46 cm. Height 62 cm

An Australian cedar rectangular topped occasional table, circa 1830, the rectangular top with rounded corners above a ring turned and bulbous column on three shaped legs;. Width 58 cm. Depth 43 cm. Height 73 cm