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Edwardian inlaid mahogany drinks cabinet, the top opens to reveal a removable serving tray, with floral inlay decoration, height 77 cm width 57 cm depth 60 cm. Provenance: The Estate of the late Janis Salisbury, Sydney

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A mahogany butler's tray on stand, English, circa 1860, 56 cm high, 90 cm wide, 58 cm deep

A good George III mahogany butler's tray on stand, the four panelled section top with original flush mounted brass hinges and fittings to the four sides, each with a pierced plain handle, raised on original folding stand, good colour and polish. 75 cm x 49

Antique mahogany wooded gallery tray with a conch shell marquetry inlay for repair, approx 71 cm wide, 45 cm deep

A sheraton style oval mahogany tea tray, English, 20th century, 75 cm wide, 50 cm long

Thomas Griffiths inlaid timber serving tray, Queensland, early 20th century, 52 x 31 cm

Thomas Griffiths Inlaid timber serving tray, Mount Tamborine, Queensland, early 20th century, 62 x 36 cm

French wooden tray / bucket, SMJ in hearts to side, approx 28 cm high, 66 cm wide, 20 cm deep

A mahogany rectangular tea trolley with adjustable tray having four glazed panel sides on square tapering legs. 77 cm high, 66 cm wide, 45 cm deep

Art Deco inlaid mahogany twin handled service tray, with chrome galley and handles, approx 60 cm x 40 cm

An Art Deco finely inlaid timber tray with silver-plated rails

Rustic timber tray, with painted floral decoration, 32 cm x 64 cm approx.

Workbox, Australian cedar with fitted lift out tray original silk interior and shell escutcheon, c1850. 14 cm high, 29 cm wide, 21 cm deep

An Australian inlaid timber serving tray, Queensland origin with makers label 'Thos. Griffith, Nth Tamborine', early 20th century. 56 x 37 cm

Rustic timber tray with painted floral decoration, 32 cm x 64 cm approx.

A cedar tray mobile with drop sides and a lower shelf 73 cm high, 80 cm wide, 60 cm deep

A Victorian mahogany, two handled serving tray, mid 19th century, with central inlay veneer 'Seashell' decoration width 50 cm

Australian inlaid timber serving tray, blackwood, cedar, huon pine, silky oak, King Billy pine, red pine & Tasmanian oak, circa 1900. 61 cm x 36 cm

A scarlet and gilt lacquer oval drinks tray, French, Empire Period, circa 1810. 75 cm long, 54 cm wide

An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid kidney-shape tray. Width 60 cm

An Edwardian 'Sheraton' mahogany oval tray with fruitwood shell patera and parquetry sides; brass handles. Width 58 cm

An Edwardian 'Sheraton' mahogany oval tray with fruitwood shell patera and parquetry sides; brass handles. Width 60 cm

A fine Victorian papier-mache chinoiserie decorated tray, of oblong shape with rounded corners, decorated in gilt on as japanned ground with figures at ease in gardens flanking a pagoda roofed gazebo. Provenance: A gift on retirement of a housekeeper from

A George III mahogany tray on stand, English, 18th century, and later. 51 cm high, 76 cm wide, 50 cm deep

Australian inlaid timber tray, attributed to Thomas Griffiths of Tamborine Mountain, queensland

Rare inlaid timber tray, decorated with Australian waratah and flannel flowers, 55 cm wide

A walnut and fruitwood marquetry tray, oval, with a inset cameo. 32 x 28 cm. (a/f)

Good inlaid timber tray with cross banding and shaped gallery, 59 cm wide

Oval English mahogany two handled tray with brass binding

Two Australian carved pine tramp art trays, each carved in typical style with sun bursts and roundels, the largest, 59 cm wide, 40 cm high

A Victorian mahogany and fruitwood inlaid octagonal tray; brass handles. Width 31 cm

A N.Z. wood smoker's stand, the base inlaid with various native woods, including burr totara and rewarewa, the skittle shaped column with further inlaid woods and leading to a small wooden tray, the smaller inlaid column leading to a wooden inlaid ashtray.