Tables

Fine 19th century French centre table

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A fine quality French table. The parquetry top with central floral marquetry and a further marquetry border with acanthus leaves in each corner. The two side drops with similar marquetry.

Victorian burr walnut games table

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A good quality Victorian burr walnut games table. The shaped inlaid top opening to reveal a chess/draughts board on one half and cribbage and backgammon on the other.

19th century mahogany and inlaid console table

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A good quality 19th century mahogany and inlaid console table of good smaller than average size. The top inlaid and with rosewood banding, a single frieze drawer and an inlaid undertier.

Pair of French bedside tables with faux book doors

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This pair of mahogany bedside tables has kingwood panels with inlay to the draw and top, the faux book doors open to reveal a cupboard space. On cabriole legs with bronze sabot feet.

Late 19th century mahogany inlaid flap table

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This useful mahogany table has three flaps which can be folded up to make the table circular, alternatively the two front flaps can be folded up to create a console table.

French art nouveau nest of four tables

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This set of four mahogany nest of tables each has a marquetry top with art nouveau motifs. On slender ring turned legs and sleigh feet.
French. Circa 1910.
£1250

Edwardian mahogany side/lamp table

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Useful mahogany table with a shaped top, on lyre pierced supports joined by a shelf below. With satinwood banding all over.
English. Circa 1910.
£550

Pair of 19th century chinese jardiniere stands with marble tops

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This pair of jardiniere stands are most likely rosewood and were made in China in the second half of the 19th century.

A 19th century burr walnut jardiniere with Wedgwood plaques

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This attractive jardinieres lid has amboyna banding and two small bronze handles to reveal the removable brass liner.