8 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

An Edwardian walnut pembroke table, circa 1900-1910, a rectangular table with curved corners and bull nose edging with eight turned legs, two outward folding legs serving as supports to the extended ends. Height 73.5 cm. Width 90 cm. Depth 62.5 cm

An English oak and brass Arts & Crafts gateleg table, early 20th century, the beaten and pressed circular brass top with a interlocking Celtic-style design above turned legs with squared feet; joined with a folding cross stretcher. Height 56 cm. Diameter 5

A late 17th century Charles II oak credence table, the demilune fold over top supported by a gate leg above turned supports and a canted plinth base, 105 x 75 x 51 cm.

A Victorian figured walnut Sutherland table, circa 1810, the oval raised on scroll-cut end standards and turned folding supports. Height 72 cm. Length 102 cm. (extended) Width 83 cm

Aa 19th century Continental mahogany Sutherland table, with folding D ends, on twin fluted end supports with stretcher. Height 71 cm. Width 143 cm. Depth 70 cm.

Maple gateleg folding top table. 93 cm (square and fully Extended)

A 17th century and later, oak, gate-leg table with folding top having 6 turned legs (plus the gate-leg), carved scrolling along the top rail, a drawer and carved stretchers between each leg

A Victorian burr walnut Sutherland table, circa 1880, the shaped oval top with bull nose edge and drop leaves supported by folding legs with quarter panel veneer on two carved baluster columns separated by a carved stretcher on carved cabriole legs. Height