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A Regency mahogany rent table, the circular top inset with tooled green leather above short drawers on a cylindrical turned pedestal, with three out swept legs terminating in brass caps and castors,130 cm diameter approx., 74 cm high. The Estate of Stanley

A Victorian round oak extension table, 19th century, of simple design in light honey hues, having a shallow apron, square form pedestal with canted corners, to a shaped quadriform platform base with squashed bun feet. Height 72 cm. Diameter 136 cm. Extende

19th century octagonal pedestal table on tripod base, inlaid with TAS Native timbers Incl huon blackwood & casuarina

A fine and imposing burr elm William IV centre table, circa 1830’s, the finely inlaid table upon an oak carcass with a shallow skirt and carved leaf border raised on a tapering faceted pedestal to an extravagant circular base richly carved with lappet and

A cedar centre pedestal oval top dining table 73 x 137 x 100 cm

A 1860's Australian cedar centre pedestal breakfast table, 75 x (d) 124 cm

Impressive Victorian walnut breakfast table, c. 1850, the circular top inlaid with a central floral and musical trophy surrounded by a band of scrolling foliage inlaid in various stained and natural fruitwoods, above a turned pedestal and raised on three a

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

A small cedar pedestal tilt top table, early 20th century, the rustic oval table with a knopped pedestal raised on a generous tripod base. Height 74 cm. Length 103 cm. Depth 76 cm

A Georgian centre pedestal pembroke table on platform base with four downswept legs and original hardware, 72 cm high. 102 cm wide, 106 cm deep (extended)

A good N.Z. colonial tripod wine table, the top inlaid with various NZ native timbers, the central panel with scene of sail boats in a coastal landscape, framed by multiple lobed forms, kauri pedestal base.

A N.Z. colonial native timbers inlaid chess top table, of octagonal shape on dark stained turned pedestal support with tripod base. The intricate inlaid top with a tumbling block border design and thumbnail moulded edge. Ex. the estate of Ruth Simon, Sydne

A George III mahogany three pedestal dining table, early 19th century having a plain rim to the rectangular top, with four extension leaves, supported on three tapering baluster columns each terminating in four reeded down splayed legs, on castors, 72 cm h

A mid nineteenth century circular cedar tilt top breakfast table, on a centre pedestal 73 cm high, 122 cm deep

Mid Victorian cedar tilt top centre pedestal breakfast table. Height 77 cm x 122 cm

Victorian rosewood card table with fold over swivel top, scroll carved apron supported by a turned carved pedestal and 4 ornately carved legs, 92 cm wide, 74 cm high, the British antique Dealers Association seal attached Provenance: purchased at the antiqu

Victorian cedar tilt top table on tri-footed turned pedestal, 80cm diameter, 74cm high

A West Australian Colonial jarrah tilt-top breakfast table, c.1880's. Maker unknown. The top comprises of figurative grained boards upon a turned central pedestal base with cabriole legs, brass castors. Height 72 cm. Diameter 109 cm

An Australian Colonial blackwood and kauri pine side table c.1880-1890. The table is in the Victorian style with an oval shape top, turned twin pedestal column base, and sabre style cabriole legs. Height 70 cm; width 76 cm; Depth 44 cm

An Australian Colonial cedar dining suite c.1850. The suite comprises of a round tilt-top table and four rail-back dining chairs. The table top is constructed with two matched cedar boards, on a heavy turned bulbous central pedestal column, attached to a t

West Australian Colonial jarrah tilt-top, breakfast table, c.1860-1870, maker unknown, the top is constructed of two joined boards upon a tilting platform base, with a heavy turned central, pedestal column, upon three carved cabriole style legs. Height 74

A cedar centre pedestal table, late 19th century, in the Regency manner, the circular top with a moulded edge above a shallow apron, the pedestal turned and slightly tapering to four square splayed legs with brass claw feet. Height 76 cm. Width 120 cm. Dep

Victorian cedar dining table round tilt top 122 cm diameter supported by turned pedestal column on platform base, three bun feet with castors, 74 cm high

A West Australian specimen tilt top chess table, c.1880's, manufactured with inlaid woods including jarrah, she-oak, cedar and various other timbers, with a turned central pedestal column upon inlaid platform base with three turned bun feet. Height 71.5 cm

An early 20th century Regency style mahogany twin pedestal extension dining table, circa 1920, the top comprising two 'D' end sections and an extra leaf, all with satinwood banded border, on turned column supports and four out swept terminating brass caps

A 19th century cedar centre table, the later circular top above turned pedestal and scroll triform base 95 cm diam

A Victorian Australian cedar supper table, third quarter 19th century, the circular tilting top on a turned baluster pedestal and three out-swept moulded legs with scrolling feet and carved details. Height 75 cm. Diameter 111 cm

Cedar hall table, Australian c. 1860 rectangular top, turned pedestal, bun feet, single drawer. Height 74 cm width 121 cm depth 63 cm

Superior Colonial blackwood and huon pine tilt top pedestal dining table on facetted bulbous centre pedestal and carved scrolled feet. The top has 12 decorative segments and is highlighted with a birdseye huon pine band-120 cm diameter. Provenance: Headlam

Exceptional Makassar ebony dining table, top made by William Latchford & Sons, box Hill Vic, 1972 for a fixed pedestal base for a Woollahra dining room, four chrome legs added 2008, designed by George Freedman for Neville Marsh Interiors, Sydney

A stained colonial kauri pedestal side table, the square top with a single frieze drawer, turned knob handles, turned finial detail to the lower corners, turned column and pedestal base, French polished mahogany finish. 50 cm x 45 cm x 81 cm

A George III mahogany pedestal dining table, English, circa 1800 and later 72 cm high, 130 cm deep, 408 cm long extended. Provenance: Kentshire Galleries New York, the Rene Rivkin collection, Sotheby's Sydney, June 3rd, 2001, Lot 313

Colonial cedar round dining table with segmented top and huon pine centre panel on three sided pedestal and triform base decorated with Regency style brass feet and casters

An Australian cedar circular pedestal breakfast table, Joseph Sly, circa 1840, with rope carved edge, triform platform and lion paw feet on casters, stamped to underside twice J. Sly 107 cm diameter, 71 cm high. Provenance: William Ellenden Auctions, Wentw

An Australian cedar circular pedestal breakfast table, Joseph Sly, circa 1840, with rope carved edge, triform platform and lion paw feet on casters, stamped to underside twice J. Sly. Diameter 107 cm. Height 71 cm. Provenance: William Ellenden Auctions, We

The James Lumsden birdseye huon pine exhibition centre table, circa 1850, the top of this extraordinary table exhibits a star veneer pattern in 12 sections inside a wide cross banding of tightly figured birdseye huon pine, the top edge is also banded as is

A Regency style mahogany extending triple pedestal dining table, with two additional leaves, the rounded rectangular top wit reeded edge on turned column supports and reeded downswept legs. Width 430 cm. Depth 122 cm. Height 72 cm

A Victorian mahogany oval centre pedestal dining table, circa 1870, the oval tilt top with thumb nail moulded edge on a massive carved baluster column and three downswept carved legs. Height 75 cm. Width 160 cm. Depth 121 cm

A rare and important cedar pembroke table, Australian, 68 x 67 x 46 cm on an usual shaped pedestal to a platform base and four splayed legs, the only small Australian pembroke documented of this form excellent colour and patina

Early colonial dropside cedar table on centre pedestal with 4 splayed legs