A small kidney shaped transitional style occasional table, 20th century, with a pierced gallery enclosing a feather banded reserve with a chequered border, two drawers and sabre legs, with gilt figural neoclassical motifs, mounts and sabots, height 67 cm,
A rare games top wine table, 19th century, marble top hand painted with four vignettes captioned 'Twofold Bay, N.S.W', 'Ovens River', 'Native's...(')' and a fourth (title illegible), two panels signed lower right J.Took 1885
A fine timber gilt console table in the rococo revival manner, Provenance: George's Department Store, Melbourne, a well carved and moulded frame of arching rectangular form, with an elaborate pierced crest enclosing a bevelled glass and individual glaz
A vintage Italian bronze and simulated pietra dura marble table, c.1970s, the simulated marble long rectangular top with dominant black centre panel highlighted with a diamond centre and outer banded border in mottled orange and red tones with further blac
A pair of mahogany transitional style side tables, 20th century, cream marble tops above two drawers with bookend veneer and chequered border decoration, similar to the sides, shaped aprons, slender curvaceous legs, gilt bronze mounts and sabots, height 68
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
A large carved gilt wood and marble top console table, French, 19th century, with applied acanthus leaves and hare bells decoration, supported on a crossed stretcher base, 98 cm high, 112 cm wide, 60 cm deep
Louis XVI style marquetry console table, the shaped rectangular top over a frieze with applied ormolu mounts and hand painted porcelain plaques, raised on eight fluted tapered legs, with gilded brass stretchers (A/F)
Louis XV style walnut console table, 19th century, the shaped white marble top with moulded edge above a gilt and foliate-carved frieze, on shell-headed cabriole legs, with later glass shelf, retains Antique Dealer Association label
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