Victorian walnut and marquetry sewing table, the octagonal top inlaid with flowers, raised on pedestal base with three down-swept legs, with fitted interior, together with a side table, the oval top painted with garlands and flowers (2). Height 74 cm. Widt
Colonial mottled kauri work table serpentine shaped table surface lifting to reveal fitted interior on single long drawer base on twin turned column supports with stretcher height 76 cm. Width 77 cm. Depth 58 cm
A good quality N.Z. colonial late 19th century finely inlaid wine table, the octagonal top with geometric star and fan inlays in a complex design with a central star of 16 points within an eight pointed star form framed by fine geometric and fan type forms
A cedar work table, Adelaide, circa 1840, 72 cm high, 58.5 cm wide, 43 cm deep. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra p. 485 (illustrated)
Card table: impressive early cedar table, Sydney c1835. The design of this table can be traced to a combination of 2 tables from 'King's Cabinet Work (1829)' pattern book. Showing a superior standard of craftmanship this table was made by one of Sydney's f
A N.Z. Colonial W.H. Jewell (Hereford Street, Christchurch) exotic woods side table, the rectangular top with multiple layered four pointed star central inlay on a burr totara ground within a multiple banded border, chamfered edge. Timbers include rewarewa
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 cedar and rose mahogany Pembroke work table, circa 1830, the rectangular top with fiddle back cedar veneer and drop leaves above two short drawers with later ebony handles, above a sliding sewing basket, raised on delicately carved spiral and
An Australian blackwood and caned work table, by W.H. Rocke, circa 1900 the square hinged top with carved edge enclosing an upholstered interior above caned panelled sides, above a slide-out box, raised on carved and reeded tapering legs, joined by scrolli
An Australian cedar and rose mahogany work table, circa 1840, the rectangular top with cross-banded edge above a cross-banded frieze with turned inverted finials to corners, the work box has been recovered in deep red silk, the two side supports are flared
A superior quality New Zealand native woods tilt-top wine table by James Penman (1882-1952). a rare example of this cabinetmaker's little known production, three tables only being recorded, the hexagonal top is decorated with complex inlaid geometric patte
A French ebonised sewing table, circa 1890, the floral marquetry top above a sectioned interior and gilt mounted apron with chain swags on inswept supports connected to a x frame stretcher base terminating on sabre legs with gilt mounted feet. Height 76.5
An Australian cedar and rose mahogany work table, of neo-classical design, the rectangular cedar top is cross banded with moulded edges above cross banded frieze with turned inverted finials to corners, the work box has been recovered in deep red silk, the
A Regency casuarina wood work table, the rectangular top with canted corners rising to enclose a well, with two dummy drawers above a single drawer on shaped outswept legs United by an X-stretcher. Width 52 cm x. Depth 36 cm x. Height 81 cm
An George III casuarina and tulipwood banded and boxwood strung work table, the oval rising top on tapering outswept legs United by a shaped X-stretcher with a central plinth. Width 59 cm. Depth 47 cm. Height 74 cm
A good Regency rosewood and brass inlaid lady's work table, the rising ratcheted top above two drawers and a sewing basket above a U-shaped support and turned column on four downswept legs, brass lion paw feet and castors. Width 48 cm. Depth 34 cm. Height
An early Victorian mahogany and tulipwood crossbanded work table, the rising top enclosing a fitted interior on turned purple wood supports above a frieze drawer on a turned column and downswept legs. Width 48 cm. Depth 40 cm. Height 77 cm
An Australian cedar two drawer pembroke work table, circa 1830, the rectangular top with thumb nail edge drop leaves above two short drawers and two dummy drawers to the reverse over a sliding sewing box, supported by an arch on a turned column over a quat
An Australian cedar games / work table, circa 1835, the square top with a specimen wood chess board above a single drawer with ebony handles and locking pin for the work basket below, raised on a turned column and four acanthus leaf carved scrolled legs, t
A superb 'Winks & Hall' New Zealand Native timber work table, the central silver top plaque is inscribed 'Presented to Miss Napier/by the Inhabitants of Karangahake in Recognition and Appreciation of her good work in Connection with the Sunday school Oct.
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