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A West Australian jarrah writing table c.1900 with rare kidney shape top and turned spindle stretcher base height 76 cm, top: 106 x 51 cm

A colonial Tasmanian scullery table, huon pine top with blackwood legs and single drawer at one end, 19th century, 78 cm high, 130 cm wide, 75 cm deep

An Intricate Australian specimen timber parquetry table, circa 1920’s, the circular table with a stepped cushion apron above four cabriole legs, the table top and apron finely inlaid with a quaternary knot, chevron and geometric borders, feather band

Australian Art Deco burr walnut veneer table, the circular shaped table with glass top, height 57 cm diameter 62 cm

An Australian cedar library table with embossed leather top, circa 1880, 72 cm high, 330 cm wide, 103 cm deep

Victorian cedar library table with 4 drawers to each long side, on turned legs 245 cm x 121 cm, 74 cm high approx

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 Victorian cedar low rectangular stretcher base table, circa 1880, 67 x 83 cm, 40 cm high

A rare and important pair of early Tasmanian Colonial period Australian cedar table ends of D shape, each on three square tapering legs, circa 1820, 72 x 102 x 52 cm. Accompanied by a wood technologist's report from Dr Hugo Illich, stating that the princip

An Australian kauri pine spatter work cricket table, late 19th century. 55 cm high, 45 cm diameter

An Australian blackwood library table with 3 drawers and burgundy leather insert top, late 19th century. 77 cm high, 240 cm wide, 148 cm deep

An important Tasmanian huon pine exhibition quality tea table with impressive sunburst top inlaid with huon pine, maple, ebony, cedar, King Billy pine & tulip wood. Cedar secondary timbers. Supported on a tapering octagonal column resting on a tri-form pla

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

Octagonal timber table possibly Australian, the top inlaid with various different timbers in a geometric design, 67 cm x 67 cm, 67 cm high approx

Colonial mottled kauri work table serpentine shaped table surface lifting to reveal fitted interior on single long drawer base on twin turned column supports with stretcher height 76 cm. Width 77 cm. Depth 58 cm

A West Australian Colonial jarrah tilt-top table, c.1870-1880's. In the Victorian style, with turned central bulbous column, and four turned supporting spindles. The lower base has four scrolling style cabriole legs. Height 70 cm; top: 142 x 85 cm

A West Australian casuarina wood Sheoak, table top curio display cabinet glazed top and all four sides, with fold down rear doors. Height 22.5 cm; width 126 cm; Depth 58 cm

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

19th century trumpet style sewing table on tripod base inlaid with huon pine cedar musk & blackwood

A rare New Zealand colonial period dark stained kauri table vitrine, of French style with a glazed and lined serpentine top, elegant slender carved cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. 68 cm x 48 cm x 73 cm

A cedar work table, Adelaide, circa 1840, 72 cm high, 58.5 cm wide, 43 cm deep. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra p. 485 (illustrated)

A cedar, huon pine and blackwood circular games table, Tasmanian, circa 1875, 76.5 cm high, 64.5 cm wide. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra p. 43

A rare totara colonial Scotch chest with ogee drawer above a hat drawer with two drawers to one side and two dummy drawers to the other side over three full width drawers with attached integral table to the side. Height 134 cm. Width 123 cm

Antique Australian colonial oval cedar tilt top table. Provenance: Barr Smith family, measures 170 cm

19th century cedar sewing table with two drawers on tripod base, measures 77 cm x 38.5 cm x 76 cm

Victorian cedar demilune table, with fit top compartment and scroll carved centre leg, on tri-footed platform base, 105 cm wide, 53 cm deep, 72 cm high,

Coaching Table: Folding Campaigne style narrow cedar table, c1850s. Height 70 cm, width 68 cm, depth 43 cm

A superb exhibition table top, c1840, displaying a double 10 pointed star motif inlaid with blackwood, cedar, eucalyptus, golden ash, huon pine, musk & white ash. All timbers are beautifully book matched & veneered onto a cedar carcass. Fine & elegantly ca

A colonial NZ timbers inlaid chess table of octagonal form on turned column and tripod base. Height 72 cm. Diameter 70 cm. Provenance: Ruth Simon Estate, Sydney

19th century cedar work table with single drawer on tapered legs

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

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 Australian blackwood and caned work table, by W.H. Rocke, circa 1900 the square hinged top with carved edge enclosing an upholstered interior above caned panelled sides, above a slide-out box, raised on carved and reeded tapering legs, joined by scrolli

An Australian cedar and specimen wood games tables labelled R.T. Carter, circa 1870, labelled R.T. Carter, circa 1870 the circular tilt top with a central specimen timber chess board and border made from native Australian timbers including, cedar, musk, ca

An Australian cedar library table, circa 1830, the rectangular top with rounded corners above a cross-banded frieze above conforming end supports with triform columns running to foliate scrolls and surmounted acanthus leaf supports to the side, raised on c

An Australian cedar and rose mahogany work table, circa 1840, the rectangular top with cross-banded edge above a cross-banded frieze with turned inverted finials to corners, the work box has been recovered in deep red silk, the two side supports are flared

Joseph Sly, Colonial cedar work table, quatrofoil base with concealed castors. two drawers, drop flap sides. Stamped 'J. Sly' to the underside. Height 73 cm. Width 43. Depth 54 cm (folded)