Learn about Settees and Sofas

An upholstered couch, based on the 18th century French canape, often with a high back and shaped front, usually standing upon cabriole, turned or sabre legs. Distinguished, perhaps, from the full stuffed over couch, the sofa usually had a band of polished show wood around the seat, back and arm frames. During the Regency, many sofas were made based on the principles of the Classical Revival. Such sofas are noted for their deeply scrolled arms and curved sabre legs, usually reeded. Their influence can be traced through the many colonial day beds and miner's couches, however humble by comparison, made during the later part of the 19th century.

Learn about Sofa Table

A long, rather narrow table with drawers and a flap at each end supported by fly rails. Sofa tables are mostly supported by two pedestals which may be turned, of lyre shape or square section standing on splay feet. Originally the tables were placed in front of the sofa for reading or writing. Modern practice is often to place them behind a sofa or to use them as occasional tables elsewhere in a room. Nineteenth century sofa tables sometimes omitted the flaps.

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A fine George III pale mahogany sofa table, English, early 19th century, with the rare feature of a fully- fitted interior and a rising top, 73 cm high, 155 cm wide, 70 cm deep

Colonial cedar twin pedestal sofa table on scrolled feet with mahogany veneered top in the style of William Hamilton. Pedestals Are joined by a turned & lapet carved rail., 116 cm long, 65 cm deep 73.5 cm high.Provenance: Rosewood Farm, Bagdad, Tas.

Regency mahogany sofa table, early 19th century, the rounded rectangular top, cross-banded in ebony above a pair of frieze drawers and conforming false drawer fronts to the opposing side, raised on carved end standards joined by a turned baluster stretcher

A cane sofa table with opaque glass top, height 55 x, diameter 67 cm

George IV rosewood sofa table, the rounded rectangular top above a twin scrolled frieze, on two end supports, height 73 cm width 142 cm depth 81 cm

An English mahogany two drawer sofa table, mid 19th century, stamped B.Robson, Newcastle, 85 cm high, 111 cm wide, 58 cm deep

An antique English mahogany sofa table, in good original condition, 83 x 118 x 42 cm

A sofa table of Gothic inspiration, the shallow table with canted corners having three quarter veneer panelled sections to the top each with double ebonised strung borders above a skirt with a shallow relief guilloche border, angled square section reeded l

An elegant George III mahogany sofa table, the top of one section with matched drop sides, two drawers to the frieze with cock-beaded edges and brass handles, faux drawers opposite, raised on tapering column supports with splay legs terminating in brass ca

A George III style burr walnut sofa table, English, 20th century, 71 cm high, 153 cm wide, 58 cm deep

A Regency brass inlaid rosewood sofa table, early 19th century, 70 cm high, 150 cm wide, 66 cm deep

A superb palisander and floral marquetry dropside sofa table with fine brass mounts. 75 cm high, 66 cm wide, 54 cm deep.

A Regency mahogany single drawer dropside sofa table supported on two columns and four splay legs. 70 cm high, 69 cm wide, 64 cm deep.

Victorian rosewood drop leaf sofa table, 94 cm wide (sides down) 68.5 cm deep, 74 cm high

A Regency mahogany feather banded sofa table, the drop side top above two inset ring handled drawers with central satinwood inlay frieze on for Corinthian columns with ormolu caps and downswept legs, 92 width x 50.5 depth x 74.5 cm height

A sofa table, solid huon pine, Tasmainan origin, c1880, 85 cm high, 113 cm wide, 55 cm deep

A fine Regency rosewood and brass inlay sofa table c.1815 the top having cross banded border edge with feature grain and two lower drawers, the lower with two turned spindle columns attached to platform base and cabriole legs, brass castors. Height 70 cm,

A Regency string inlaid rosewood sofa table 72 cm high, 134 cm wide, 72 cm deep

A George III mahogany sofa table, early 19th century, with central stretcher and brass capped feet, 72 cm high, 150 cm wide, 70 cm deep

Early 19th century Danish fruitwood sofa table traditional form with two real and two faux drawers on twin supported joined by baluster turned stretcher

A Regency rosewood cross-banded drop side sofa table; 72cm high, 157cm wide, 80cm deep

A Regency rosewood-crossbanded mahogany sofa table, 1810s, the rounded rectangular top cross-banded in rosewood and boxwood above a pair of frieze drawers and conforming false drawer fronts to the opposing side, raised on plain end standards and out-swept

A Regency rosewood sofa table, circa 1820, the top with two lines of inlaid satinwood stringing, two drawers to the frieze with blind drawers to the reverse, raised on twin spindle end supports, turned cross-stretcher and scrolling out-thrust legs terminat

A Regency mahogany, drop-side sofa table, c.1830, having two pullout drawers and two false drawers verso. Height 75.5 cm. Top 158 x 65 cm (extended)

A cedar sofa table, mid 19th century. 73 cm high, 122 cm wide, 60 cm deep

A French Louis XV style walnut rectangular sofa table on cylindrical tapering legs. 76 cm high, 114 cm wide, 62 cm deep.

A Regency rosewood sofa table, circa 1815 the well figured rectangular top, the frieze fitted with a single frieze drawer, on a square column with gadroon borders over a quad-form base with four hipped splay legs terminating in brass lion paw feet and cast

A fine Anglo Indian rosewood sofa table, circa 1835 having an acanthus moulded rim to the rectangular top, foliate carving to the frieze with drawers, supported on two scroll carved standards joined by a carved stretcher, each standard terminating in out s

An English pale mahogany and satinwood inlaid sofa table, early 19th century. 163 cm wide 86 cm deep, 70 cm high

Antique English faded mahogany Regency sofa table, approx 73 cm high, 152 cm wide (open) x 60 cm deep

Mahogany lyre end sofa table with cross banded top, drop sides & 2 drawers, 90 cm wide (closed), 57 cm deep, 74 cm high

Antique Regency mahogany two drawer sofa table, approx 95 cm wide, 67 cm deep, 72 cm high

Antique Regency mahogany sofa table, fitted with two drawers and two faux drawers, approx 102 cm long, 66 cm deep, 75 cm high

An oak table in the 18th century manner, 20th century, with maker's mark for Gillow & Waring, a sofa style table having a stepped top, the timber with vibrant figuration above two panelled drawers with burr inserts and brass drop pulls, columnar and turned

Sofa table Georgian mahogany dropside with sabre legs & two drawers. 72 cm high, 73 cm wide, 64 cm deep.

Australian cedar sofa table, circa 1860s. Height 76 cm, width 120 cm, depth 50 cm

Regency style 2 drawer sofa table, 88 cm wide (closed), 74 cm high

Regency style mahogany sofa table, hinged rectangular top with drop leaves, two frieze drawers, raised on swept legs joined by ring turned stretcher, (A/F) legs repaired, height 76 cm, width 108 cm, depth 53 cm

A Regency mahogany sofa table c.1820-1830. The table has a single drawer one end, with a turned central pedestal column, sabre leg base. The top is a drop-side type, which extends from side table to a serving table. Height 72 cm; top: 105 x 59 cm; Extended

Early 19th century English rosewood sofa table, tapered column supports with scroll feet, single drawer. Approx 73 cm high, 133 cm wide, 71 cm deep