An English Art Nouveau mahogany vitrine table


Raised on four straight fluted legs, the top mounted with five bevelled glass panels lifting from the top and held up with hinges, the top and front decorated with satinwood inlay designed with art no

Pommele Mahogany Table


This simple and elegant table is English, with a French influence.
It is made of mahogany with a top of pommele, or "plum pudding" mahogany.

Roulette Table


This large and impressive games table is Edwardian.
Made of excellent quality Cuban mahogany, it is cross-banded in satinwood strung with boxwood and ebony.

Edwardian Nest of four Tables


This nest of four tables is Edwardian, C.1900.
They are mahogany, cross-banded in satinwood and the straight legs have a line inlay in boxwood.

Price: £1,400.

Edwardian Inlaid Rosewood table


This centre table is rosewood, with fine inlay of boxwood and satinwood.
On four square tapering legs with original castors, it has a narrow cross-stretcher with a marquetry detail to the centre.

Aesthetic Movement Table


This centre table, in amboyna and black lacquered pearwood is English, C.1870.
Of octagonal form, it is quarter-veneered on the top with a chevron cross-banding within a black border.

Amboyna Lamp Table


This Victorian lamp table is amboyna, inlaid with ebony and was made in about 1860. amboyna, from the Spice Islands, is a rare wood usually used in trimming other pieces.

Edwardian Side Table


This Edwardian table is rosewood, with a crossbanding of satinwood and a central marquetry roundel in satinwood and boxwood. It stands on four tapered legs with an elegant inlaid stretcher between.

Rosewood Occasional Table


This pretty triangular table was made in England in about 1890.
It rosewood, inlaid with boxwood and ivory.