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An oak country Chippendale gate leg dining table, English, 18th century, 73 cm high, 188 cm wide (extended), 120 cm deep

George III inlaid mahogany demilune tea table, 102 cm wide, 76 cm high approx

An Refined Georgian oak extension table, circa 1815, with a fine patina and vigorous medullary grain figuration, the twin ends with four slender and elegant legs enabling use as single small tables, the single leaf with the original brass connectors, heigh

A George III solid mahogany side table, the rectangular top with thumb-moulded edge, a single drawer to the frieze above a shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs. 83 cm x 52 cm x 74 cm

George III D ended mahogany table, with drop leaf centre and demi-lune ends, 277 cm long, 122 cm wide, 77.5 cm high

George III Cuban mahogany pedestal table, the top a single piece supported by birdcage tilt revolving fitting, 90 cm diameter, 69.5 cm high

George III Hepplewhite design mahogany tea table, on moulded and tapered legs, with original swan neck handle, 84.5 cm wide, 73 cm high

An impressive George IV mahogany pier table, probably Scottish, circa 1820-1830, the red granite top above carved apron and finely deep carved acanthus capped s-scroll legs terminating in claw feet, straight back legs, 103 cm wide, 56 cm deep, 91 cm high

A George III ebony sting inlay mahogany sewing table, circa 1790, stamped 'Gillows' to the drawer, 82 cm high, 47 cm wide, 37 cm deep

A George III mahogany circular tripod table, the tilt top raised on column stem and three scroll feet, 76 cm diameter, 71 cm high

A George III mahogany circular tripod table, mid 18th century, the tilt top raised on bird cage and baluster stem, and three capped scroll feet, 70 cm diameter, 71 cm high

A Georgian style dessert table. Georgian style, circa 1900, mahogany two tier table, on tripod base, height 84 cm

A George III mahogany circular tilt top tea table, circa 1790, 75 cm high, 72 cm diameter

A Georgian mahogany, fold-over top tea table c.1820's with an unusual turned central column attached four sabre legs and castors, each leg decorated with carved acanthus leaves the top decorated with rosewood crossbanded veneer border, height: 71 cm: top:

George III mahogany tea table, with round tilt top 82.5 cm diameter supported by a turned pedestal column and 3 shaped legs, 73 cm high

A fine George III mahogany consol table with a black marble top, on cabriole supports terminating in paw feet, 80 cm high, 141 cm wide, cm 71 cm deep.

A George III mahogany tea table, with hinged top, 73 cm wide, 93 cm long, 46 cm wide.

A George III oak circular tilt top table on tripod base, circa 1780, 84 cm high, 73 cm diameter and a small rectangular tripod table, 53 cm high, 60 cm wide, 49 cm deep

An Italian carved gilt gesso rectangular red marble topped table, on leaf capped scroll legs and supports with cone finial, 18th century, 73 cm high, 86 cm wide, 64 cm deep

A George III mahogany demi-lune tea table, circa 1800, 78 cm high, 94 cm wide, 46 cm deep

A Georgian style fold over mahogany table. The table top with cross banding and stringing, simple moulded panels to the skirt and raised on four tapering square legs to spade feet, the rear leg extending to support the flap. Height 78 cm. Width 75.5 cm. De

Georgian bow front table with 3 drawers, the centre drawer with inside compartments and drawers, 117 cm wide, 62 cm deep, 71 cm high

A George II oak circular tilt top table supported on a central column and three splay legs. 70 cm diameter

A George III figured mahogany tea table, 1780s, the rectangular top (square when open) with elliptical field within cross-banded borders and moulded edges swivelling and folding above the frieze, on tapering and fluted square-section legs. Height 73.5 cm.

A Georgian centre pedestal rosewood parlour table 70 x 64 x 47 cm

Georgian oak tilt top table, 70 cm high, 84 cm diameter approx

A George III double fold-over mahogany games table, 77 cm high, 86 cm wide, 43 cm deep

An oak drop leaf table with turned legs, English 17th/18th century, 70 cm high, 120 cm wide, 47 cm deep and 120 cm diameter extended

A carved walnut fold over stretcher table, Dutch 18th century, 78 cm high, 109 cm wide, 72 cm deep (200 cm wide extended)

A fine and decorative gilt metal coffee table, Italian, 18th/19th century, with textile detailed top, 58 cm high, 120 cm wide, 58 cm deep

A carved walnut and marquetry fold-over stretcher table, Swiss 18th century, 77 cm high, 144 cm wide, 64 cm deep

Antique English mahogany George III Chippendale tea table, approx 70 cm high, 70 cm deep . Henry Charles 'Inky' Stephens (February 1841 – July 1918)

A Georgian tilt top mahogany tripod based table, late 18th to early 19th century, the rectangular table upon a baluster and knopped stem to a cylindrical base of square set unadorned curvaceous legs. Height 69 cm. Length 65 cm. Width 50 cm

A George IV mahogany tilt top work table on central hexagonal column. 75 cm high, 67 cm wide, 49 cm deep

A George III country oak cricket table, the mildly concave triangular top on a traditional three leg base, each of triangular section, plain lower stretchers. Good dark colour.

A George III cricket table, of circular form with a plank top on square supports with under shelf. 68 cm high,72 cm diameter.

Late Georgian mahogany architect's table with rising top (on rachet) and fine tulip carved legs

Fine & rare antique George III Chippendale mahogany tea table with fine turned spindle gallery, carved central support with three out swept ball & pearl legs. Purchased Leslie Walford 1950's with original receipt, approx 75 cm high, 82 cm diameter

Georgian mahogany drop-side oval table late 18th century raised on tapering square legs. Height 72 cm. Width 125.5 depth 101.5 (extended). Provenance: Collection of Margot Montgomery

Antique English Georgian demi-lune fold over table, standing on pad feet, approx 73 cm high, 76 cm wide

A Georgian mahogany two tier tripod table, late 18th to early 19th century, the circular table with double reed edging, a cotton reel style ring turned pedestal to curved splayed legs. Height 100 cm diameter 60 cm