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A nest of three mahogany occasional tables, in the Georgian style, early 20th century 51 cm high, 51 cm wide, 36 cm deep

A nest of three carved mahogany occasional tables, 20th century, 56 cm high, 55 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A nest of occasional tables, Italian, mid 20th century, 41 cm high, 51.5 cm wide, 34 cm deep

A nest of four quartetto glass top coffee tables. 65 cm-72 cm high.

Antique French walnut string inlay quartetto of tables, of kidney shape, approx 73 cm high, 57cm wide and smaller (4)

A nest of three Chinoiserie black lacquered occasional tables 19th century rectangular, each painted in red and gilt with pagodas, ho ho birds and cherry trees, above turned supports with a bowed stretcher, the largest 42.5 x 71.5 x 27.5 cm

Teak nest of occasional tables. Table with three enclosed folding occasional tables. Height 38 cm. Diameter 41 cm Wt. 60 cm

A nest of mahogany quartetto tables, in graduated sizes, each rectangular with curved stretcher. Overall width 50 cm

A nest of four cross-banded mahogany occasional tables. Height 70 cm, width 57 cm, depth 37 cm.

Quartetto of French Empire style walnut tables, each with parquetry top, cross banded and strung, ormolu beaded edge below stylized acanthus on ring turned and fluted legs. 71 cm high

Antique occasional table, (part nest) with Chinoiserie decoration, (1)

A nest of three mahogany occasional tables with circular fruitwood strung top. Overall diameter 43 cm

A nest of three Florentine occasional tables, gilt and cream. Overall width 58 cm

A nest of three inlaid mahogany occasional tables, circa 1900, English

An Edwardian nest of three walnut occasional tables, of fine proportion, each oblong top with parquetry inlay raised on tall elegant tapering slender supports from stretcher bases. Largest 49 x 38 x 72 cm

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 nest of three Macassar ebony occasional tables, each with a rectangular top above dual turned supports, the largest 51 x 61 x 29 cm.

A set of mahogany quartetto tables, each with a moulded edge, on turned legs. Height 72 cm. Width 60 cm

A set of mahogany quartetto tables each of rectangular form with turned supports on a plinth with a stretcher. Height 69 cm. Length 53 cm. Depth 37 cm

Emile Galle (1846 - 1904), a nest of four marquetry occasional tables, each table finely decorated with landscape marquetry inlay, marquetry signature Galle, (4), the largest table. Width 58 cm. Depth 38.5 cm. Height 69.5 cm

A quartetto set of French rosewood tables each with mother of pearl inlaid on turned supports with stretchers. Height 75 cm. Length 56 cm. Depth 38 cm

A set of mahogany French quartetto tables, each with brass stringing on square tapering supports with stretchers

A set of French late 19th century quartetto tables, one painted with musicians the other with painted landscapes on ring turned end supports. Height 72 cm. Length 55 cm. Depth 40 cm

A nest of two Regency pollard oak occasional tables, the crossbanded tops on slender ring and baluster turned legs. Width 57 cm. Depth 43 cm. Height 75 cm

A quartetto set of Art-Deco blackwood tables each of rectangular form with stringing on square tapering supports. Width 41 cm. Length 56 cm. Height 67 cm

A French late 19th century quartetto tables one painted with musicians the other with painted landscapes on ring turned end supports. Width 40.5 cm. Length 55 cm. Height 72 cm

A nest of Victorian lacquered quartetto tables, the tops painted, on twin column end standards and splayed feet joined by stretchers.

Nest 4 Tea Tables. Bamboo decoration to legs. Height 69 cm

A set of four late 19th century Vernis Martin lacquered quartetto tables, the larger decorated with flowers, the three smaller with bright flowers, on ring turned legs and scroll feet