Learn about Gateleg Table

A dropside table with deep flaps, of which one or more legs is hinged, able to be opened to support the flap when raised. Numbers of legs varied from eight to twelve. Most dining tables of the Jacobean and early Georgian periods were round oak gateleg tables, usually with barley-sugar twist or baluster turnings. Some card tables and most Sutherland tables work on the gateleg principle. In the early 20th century the gateleg table again become popular as a small dining table, in a revived Jacobean style. The gateleg revivals generally have barley twist turned legs and egg-shaped oval tops. They are also usually finished in a dark coloured polish and have brass or steel butt hinges.
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An early 18th century Dutch gate-leg table, the top painted of bucolic scenes

A small antique English oak gate leg table, the circular top on turned column supports, single gates, stretcher base, drawer at one end. Some surface marks. Diameter 86 cm, height 71 cm

A Georgian gateleg table. 18th century oak, stretcher base & dropsides

An early-18th century oval gate leg table, the top in elm. Length 140 cm, width 120 cm.

An early 18th century oval oak gate leg table, length 127 cm, width 115 cm.

An 18th century English oak gate leg table, the oval top with carved thumbnail border and rule joints, turned supports, stretcher base and a single drawer at one end. Extended 99 cm x 106 cm x 70 cm

Vintage mahogany spider gate leg table, Baker Furniture label to underside of table, 70 x 30 cm (90 cm extended), 72 cm high

Oak gate leg table, the circular top above a gate leg base, height 76 cm width 121 c m depth 121 cm

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

George III oak oval gate leg dining table drawer to one end on squared chamfered tapering legs

A George II/III country oak drop-side gate leg table, rule joints, oval when extended, plank pegged construction, matching turned supports, good old wear to the base rails, turned turnip type feet. Original drawer to one end. 31 x 147 x 75 cm

A George II gateleg card table with one drawer. 73 cm high, 82 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A Jacobean oak gateleg table supported on bobbin turned legs. 70 cm high, 83 cm diameter

A fine English late 17th century Jacobean oak gate leg table, supported on turned legs. 72 cm high, 133 cm wide, 56 cm deep (when closed)

A fine large oval oak gate-leg dining table, English, 17 th century, 74 cm high, 168 cm wide, 60 cm deep

Early 18th century oak oval gateleg dining table with baluster turned legs and plain stretchers

A Georgian oak gate leg table, the plain circular four plank top supported on traditional turned leg stretcher base. Good colour and patina. The single drawer at one end has been replaced. Diameter 95 cm, height 68 cm

English oak gate leg table, 19th century, with side drawer and brass hardware. Height 72 cm. Width 139 cm. Depth 106

A George III Cuban mahogany dropside table, late 18th century, in warm tonings the rectangular table with long drop sides, of typical gateleg construction and raised on slender legs terminating in pad feet. Height 70 cm. Extended length 135 cm. Width 43 cm

A Georgian/early Victorian mahogany gateleg table, circa 1830s-40s, the table with long drop sides with reeded edges, raised on slender turned and tapering legs with petite brass casters. Height 69 cm. Extended length 147 cm. Width 90 cm

A small oak gate leg table with barley twist supports 71 cm high. 90 cm wide, 60 cm deep

A mahogany gateleg games style table. Early 20th century, the rectangular table with shaped corners opening to a well figured table top supported on tapering cabriole legs with a simple carved drapery motif to the knees and terminating in pad feet. Height

A 1920s oak Jacobean style gate-leg table 75 cm high, 90 cm Diam.

A late 19th century burr walnut gate leg table. Height 70 cm. Width 90 cm. Depth 105 cm

An ornately carved gateleg dropside table. 65 cm high, 65 cm long, 39 cm depth

An 18th century oak gate leg oval table, large diameter with single drawer to the fireze 70 cm high, 135 cm wide, 185 cm long

A Queen Anne walnut gate leg breakfast table 70 cm high, 115 cm wide, 105 cm deep

A cedar gate-leg foldover tea table, Australian, circa 1840, 74 cm high, 98.5 cm wide, 45.5 cm deep

A small oak gate leg table, English, circa 1690. 65 cm high, 80 cm diameter. Provenance: Westbury Antiques, Melbourne

A 17th century oak gateleg table, oval, with drop sides and double swing gates, on bobbin turned legs.70 cm high, 109 cm long

Oak gateleg table, made in New Zealand, reproduction using old timber, supported on ring-turned legs, height 76 cm, width 198 cm, depth 159 cm

A small proportion 18th century gateleg table, the oval top raised on baluster and bobbin turned legs joined with stretchers. 90.5 cm x 77 cm x 60 cm

Victorian mahogany gateleg table. Plain tapered square legs. Height 70 cm. Width 150 cm. Diameter 120 cm. (extended)

An English oak gate leg dining table. 18th century, the oval top with hinged drop sides resting on bulbous turned legs with cross stretchers. 75 cm high, 147 cm wide open, 121 cm deep

Early 20th century Possibly German Design oak gate leg table, approx 74 cm high, 91 cm deep