A Regency brass inlaid rosewood fold over card table, first quarter 19th century, with a rounded rectangular top, opening to a green baize interior, the top and body inlaid with brass foliate panels, above tapering stem and a pedestal with four scroll supp
Late Regency mahogany three pedestal dining table, c. 1830, the rectangular top with rounded corners above turned pedestals supports, each with three splayed legs ending with original brass paw feet, height 71 cm width 208 cm depth 116 cm
Regency mahogany sofa table, early 19th century, the rounded rectangular top, cross-banded in ebony above a pair of frieze drawers and conforming false drawer fronts to the opposing side, raised on carved end standards joined by a turned baluster stretcher
A fine Regency mahogany one leaf extension dining table, circa 1820, purported to have been the property of John Langdon Bonython of South Australia, 72 cm high, 118 cm wide (extends to 179 cm wide), 122 cm deep. Provenance: Ian and Victoria Kraitzer Colle
English Regency period Tunbridge ware sewing table, inlaid with parquetry of various exotic woods, the top opening to a fitted interior, the lock plate stamped Carman, 114 Newgate Street, raised on a turned stem supported by a platform raised on four swept
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 Regency mahogany Pembroke table, with drop sides, on a cylindrical column with out swept legs with ebony stringing. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens. Provenance: Parker Bros, Fulham Road, London.
A Regency tilt top Cuban mahogany breakfast table, circular form on a carved tripod base with brass caps and castors, Circa 1810. Provenance: purchased in the 1960s from Connoisseurs Store. The Estate of Stanley Crawford
A Regency mahogany feather banded sofa table, the drop side top above two inset ring handled drawers with central satinwood inlay frieze on for Corinthian columns with ormolu caps and downswept legs, 92 width x 50.5 depth x 74.5 cm height
A Regency period mahogany serving table, second quarter of the 1800'S, the top with cushion fronted drawers above tapered column supports and open shelves on block feet,114.5 width x 47.5 depth x 95 cm height
A fine Regency rosewood and brass inlay sofa table c.1815 the top having cross banded border edge with feature grain and two lower drawers, the lower with two turned spindle columns attached to platform base and cabriole legs, brass castors. Height 70 cm,
A Regency plum-pudding mahogany breakfast table, circa 1820, the tilting rounded rectangular top with moulded edge and shallow frieze raised on a turned pedestal and four out-swept reeded legs with brass caps and castors. Height 72 cm. Length 152 cm. Width
A Regency rosewood-crossbanded mahogany sofa table, 1810s, the rounded rectangular top cross-banded in rosewood and boxwood above a pair of frieze drawers and conforming false drawer fronts to the opposing side, raised on plain end standards and out-swept
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