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.
This very decorative nest of four tables is French and was made in the 1880's. This was not long after the opening of Japan to the West and there was a great vogue for all things Japanese.
This very pretty chest of drawers, a late Georgian model, was made towards the end of 19th century.
It is mahogany on a carcass of oak and has its original polish.
This pretty triangular table was made in England in about 1890.
It rosewood, inlaid with boxwood and ivory.