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A quality 19th century French fruitwood refectory table, of plain oblong shape, the four-plank top on four tapering pegged square section legs, drawer one end, long serving slide the other. 85 x 186 x 76 cm. Small old surface repair.

A finely carved walnut octagonal table, Italian, 19th century, 46 cm high, 36.5 cm wide

An impressive antique fruitwood workbench, French, 19th century, 83.5 cm high, 235.5 cm long, 47.5 cm deep

A rare early 19th century French oak banquet table, with a single drawer to one end, solid but fine tapered legs, the original finish untouched, 81 x 301 x 91 cm

A George III mahogany tilt-top wine table late 18th century / early 19th century with finely turned centre column attached to three cabriole legs, height: 75 cm,. Diameter 50 cm

A circular mahogany wine table on tripod base, English 19th century, 80 cm high, 54 cm diameter

A mahogany circular brazier table?? on tripod base, English, 19th, 79 cm high

A rosewood games table on quatrefoil base, English, 19th century, 72 cm high, 92 cm wide, 46 cm deep

A pale mahogany twin pedestal dining table, English, early 19th century, 72 cm high, 242 cm wide, 151 cm deep

A oak cricket table, English, early 19th century, 55 cm high, 80 cm diameter

Fine Victorian burr walnut centre table, with quarter matched top on a turned and lapet carved column with down scrolled legs, 107 cm diameter, 67 cm high. Provenance: Sotheby's Sydney, the Entire Stock in Trade of Frasers Antiques, Sunday 18th May 199

Victorian walnut card table, with fold over swivel top, 93 cm wide, 73.5 cm high

A French rosewood and marquetry trestle-based foldover games table, late 19th century, with a quarter veneer panelled top and ear form corners decorated with profuse vegetal and fantastic bird inlay, a tooled baize interior and raised on tapering fluted le

An antique French oak stretcher-based refectory table, 19th century, with a fine patina and pegged joints, having a serpentine apron with thumbnail edging above turned legs, height 75 cm, length 209 cm, width 79 cm

An Australian cedar hall table. 19th century, with single drawer

Side tables. Pair of George III, early 19th century mahogany, half round tables, width 122 cm

Victorian burr walnut oval window table with crossbanded top on plain tapering legs, turned stretchers and central urn

Victorian burr walnut sewing table the hinged lid revealing a fitted interior, pull out drawer on twin fluted column supports and stretcher and scroll legs

Victorian walnut oblong window table with inset red leather top on twin reeded uprights and scroll legs

Victorian burr walnut D-shaped fold over card table on cathedral pillar base

Victorian burr walnut Gothic hall table with shaped top, long frieze drawer on scroll moulded uprights, legs and stretcher

Victorian burr walnut canterbury side table with shaped top, frieze drawer, three fretwork divisions below, turned acanthus carved uprights, drawer to base on turned legs

Victorian burr walnut and marquetry Sutherland tea table on baluster and spiral fluted uprights, joined by a similar stretcher and leaf carved scroll legs

19th century French fruitwood farmhouse dining table with cutlery drawer to one end and pull out slide to the other on square tapering legs

A 19th century style Bijouterie table, Elaborately carved with floral swags and clam shell motifs. The four tapering legs joining to a cross base. 76 x 64 x 45 cm.

A 19th century oak tilt top circular table, raised on a tripod base. 75 x 87 cm., Provenance: the Kurt Albrecht collection.

A small Victorian inlaid walnut occasional table, circa 1860s-70s, the table having a relief carved border enclosing a finely figured top with Sheraton style stringing in boxwood above a corkscrew and knopped stem to a tripod base with swept cabriole legs

A Victorian ebonised burr walnut drop leaf tea & card table, late 19th century, with label of A&N Aux, C.S.L. (the army & Navy Auxiliary Co-operative Supply Ltd) underside, the small square table with four shaped and rounded drop leaves and ori

A fine six leaf Victorian mahogany extension table, mid 19th century. Provenance: purchased from the Church Guild of St Patrick's Cathedral Melbourne circa 1968, with thumbnail and bullnose edging above a deep skirt, substantial acanthus carved covers and

A late Victorian amboyna octagonal occasional table, circa late 19th century, the quarter veneer panelled top with stringing and ebonised banding, lightly incised with floral and fan motifs, a shallow skirt above a turned and knopped bird cage support to f

Fruitwood three drawer hall table, French, 19th century, 80 cm high, 144 cm wide, 44 cm deep

French Fruitwood table with single drawer, French, 19th century, 77 cm high, 181 cm wide, 80 cm deep

An unusual Fruitwood dining table, French, early 19th century, 191 cm long, 79 cm wide, 73 cm high

Oval Fruitwood dining table, French, mid 19th century, 142 cm deep, 112 cm wide, 72 cm high

Fruitwood refectory table, French, 19th century, 74 cm high, 217 cm wide, 94 cm deep

An early Victorian impressive antique mahogany round tilt top dining table, a beautiful light fading to the original finish, all of which is in untouched original condition, carved lion's clawfoot on castors, height 75 cm diameter 120 cm. ProvENANCE, P

Victorian demilune hall table, with scroll carved front support, glass top and platform base, 96 cm wide

Fine quality 19th century mahogany extension dining table with 'D' ends

A Louis XVI style cream and gilt decorated marble top centre table, 19th century, 79 cm high, 73 cm diameter