Tables

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an old wooden desk with drawers on the bottom and one drawer open to show it's contents
A Fine George III Period Fiddelback Sycamore And Marquetry Dressing Table
English, ca. 1780 The serpentine top in three sections inlaid with a large central paterae surrounded by husks tied with ribbons, crossbanded in tulipwood. The two folding outer sections opening to reveal various compartments, the central panel inlaid with acanthus well flowers and huskswith two drawers, raised on elegant cabriole legs.
an old wooden table with floral designs painted on the top and bottom edge, sitting against a black background
A Fine George III Period Fiddelback Sycamore And Marquetry Dressing Table
English, ca. 1780 The serpentine top in three sections inlaid with a large central paterae surrounded by husks tied with ribbons, crossbanded in tulipwood. The two folding outer sections opening to reveal various compartments, the central panel inlaid with acanthus well flowers and huskswith two drawers, raised on elegant cabriole legs.
an old wooden desk with two drawers on one side and a drawer on the other
A Fine George III Period Fiddelback Sycamore And Marquetry Dressing Table
English, ca. 1780 The serpentine top in three sections inlaid with a large central paterae surrounded by husks tied with ribbons, crossbanded in tulipwood. The two folding outer sections opening to reveal various compartments, the central panel inlaid with acanthus well flowers and huskswith two drawers, raised on elegant cabriole legs.
an old rusted metal tray on a white background
A Late Regency Period Burr Elm And Oak Cross-Banded Card Table
English, ca. 1835 A wonderful late Regency burr elm and oak cross-banded card table, of superb colour and patina. The D-shaped top is of exceptional quality burr elm, standing on an octagonal support originating from a stylised bulb like carving. The burr elm base terminates into beautifully carved lion paw feet. The hinged top is opening to reveal a green circular baize interior, and a space underneath hidden in the frieze to store games pieces.
a close up of a wooden table on a white background with no people around it
A Late Regency Period Burr Elm And Oak Cross-Banded Card Table
English, ca. 1835 A wonderful late Regency burr elm and oak cross-banded card table, of superb colour and patina. The D-shaped top is of exceptional quality burr elm, standing on an octagonal support originating from a stylised bulb like carving. The burr elm base terminates into beautifully carved lion paw feet. The hinged top is opening to reveal a green circular baize interior, and a space underneath hidden in the frieze to store games pieces.
an antique wooden table with carved legs and wood carvings on the top, sitting against a white background
A Late Regency Period Burr Elm And Oak Cross-Banded Card Table
English, ca. 1835 A wonderful late Regency burr elm and oak cross-banded card table, of superb colour and patina. The D-shaped top is of exceptional quality burr elm, standing on an octagonal support originating from a stylised bulb like carving. The burr elm base terminates into beautifully carved lion paw feet. The hinged top is opening to reveal a green circular baize interior, and a space underneath hidden in the frieze to store games pieces.
an old wooden table with carved legs and a wood top, on a white background
A Late Regency Period Burr Elm And Oak Cross-Banded Card Table
English, ca. 1835 A wonderful late Regency burr elm and oak cross-banded card table, of superb colour and patina. The D-shaped top is of exceptional quality burr elm, standing on an octagonal support originating from a stylised bulb like carving. The burr elm base terminates into beautifully carved lion paw feet. The hinged top is opening to reveal a green circular baize interior, and a space underneath hidden in the frieze to store games pieces.
an old wooden table with carvings on the top and bottom, against a white background
A Late Regency Period Burr Elm And Oak Cross-Banded Card Table
English, ca. 1835 A wonderful late Regency burr elm and oak cross-banded card table, of superb colour and patina. The D-shaped top is of exceptional quality burr elm, standing on an octagonal support originating from a stylised bulb like carving. The burr elm base terminates into beautifully carved lion paw feet. The hinged top is opening to reveal a green circular baize interior, and a space underneath hidden in the frieze to store games pieces.
an old wooden headboard on a white background
A Small Proportioned George II Period Mahogany Tea Table
English, ca. 1740 An unusually small, mahogany tea table of extraordinary colour and patina. The hinged top leaf opens up to a rich mahogany surface, with a lockable second leaf revealing a mahogany lined storage compartment. The boldly carved lappets are of exquisite quality, resting on turned legs terminating on pad feet.
an old wooden desk with two drawers
A Small Proportioned George II Period Mahogany Tea Table
English, ca. 1740 An unusually small, mahogany tea table of extraordinary colour and patina. The hinged top leaf opens up to a rich mahogany surface, with a lockable second leaf revealing a mahogany lined storage compartment. The boldly carved lappets are of exquisite quality, resting on turned legs terminating on pad feet.
an old wooden table with two drawers on it
A Small Proportioned George II Period Mahogany Tea Table
English, ca. 1740 An unusually small, mahogany tea table of extraordinary colour and patina. The hinged top leaf opens up to a rich mahogany surface, with a lockable second leaf revealing a mahogany lined storage compartment. The boldly carved lappets are of exquisite quality, resting on turned legs terminating on pad feet.
an old wooden table with two legs and some knobs on the top, against a white background
A Small Proportioned George II Period Mahogany Tea Table
English, ca. 1740 An unusually small, mahogany tea table of extraordinary colour and patina. The hinged top leaf opens up to a rich mahogany surface, with a lockable second leaf revealing a mahogany lined storage compartment. The boldly carved lappets are of exquisite quality, resting on turned legs terminating on pad feet.
an antique wooden table with two legs
A Small Proportioned George II Period Mahogany Tea Table
English, ca. 1740 An unusually small, mahogany tea table of extraordinary colour and patina. The hinged top leaf opens up to a rich mahogany surface, with a lockable second leaf revealing a mahogany lined storage compartment. The boldly carved lappets are of exquisite quality, resting on turned legs terminating on pad feet.
an antique wooden table with two drawers
A Small Proportioned George II Period Mahogany Tea Table
English, ca. 1740 An unusually small, mahogany tea table of extraordinary colour and patina. The hinged top leaf opens up to a rich mahogany surface, with a lockable second leaf revealing a mahogany lined storage compartment. The boldly carved lappets are of exquisite quality, resting on turned legs terminating on pad feet.
an antique wooden table with two legs and a drawer on the top, against a white background
A Small Proportioned George II Period Mahogany Tea Table
English, ca. 1740 An unusually small, mahogany tea table of extraordinary colour and patina. The hinged top leaf opens up to a rich mahogany surface, with a lockable second leaf revealing a mahogany lined storage compartment. The boldly carved lappets are of exquisite quality, resting on turned legs terminating on pad feet.