A mahogany extendable dining table, English, 19th century, supported on finely fluted legs and brass feet, together with a mahogany stand to house the extra leaves, 74 cm high, 355 cm wide (fully extended), 123 cm deep
A good quality Victorian figured walnut oval loo table, the quarter matched 'oyster shell' veneers with restrained classical inlay, raised on turned baluster column support with carved quadruped base and original white porcelain casters, 140 cm x 110 cm x
A magnificent 19th century inlaid marquetry foldover card table, single hinged rear leg to support open top, condition: in overall very good condition, floral inlays in tact, 72 x 78 x 39.5 cm (Closed)
A Chinese red lacquered sewing table, Canton, second quarter 19th century, the octagonal work box painted with figures and pagodas in a landscape within a border of dragons, the interior fitted with compartments and bone and ivory implements, above a later
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
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 Victorian fold over burr walnut games or occasional table, 19th century, the serpentine table with delicate stringing and inlaid foliate detail, the pedestal with a carved knop and four splayed curvaceous legs with vegetal details in relief, whorl ends a
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