From the early 1900’s this antique Suthland drop sided table is made from mahogany with fine square bucket castors on the two supporting legs. Each flap measures 25 cm giving a top area of 65 cm x 54 cm.
Closed and folded this table is 54 cm x 15 cm x 58 cm high.
A steel and glass table made in France by reputable international designers Grange.
The glass features a curved bevel around the perimeter. The black steel frame is elegantly shaped and gives the table a timeless charm.
180 cm x 90 cm x 75 cm high.
A fine mahogany example fitted with a drawer and castors. From the pre Victorian era (1800 to 1830) with drop sides this is a useful and elegant entertaining table for the home. Some of the finer aspects of the cabinet maker’s skill are partly hidden. The castors concealed beneath the feet and the delicate turning on the pedestal, fully revealed when the side flaps are lifted.
105 cm long x 63 cm wide and 72 cm high.
This long, thin dining table is a very practical shape, seating up to 12 people.
Made in France in the mid 20th century. Save some light scratches commensurate with age, there are no faults to mention.
275 cm x 70 cm x76 cm high.
An antique table with a decoratively carved base (later castors). Top will tilt to vertical position for storage.
130 cm x 100 cm x 78 cm high.
Antique side table with marquetry inlay decoration from the mid 1800’s
91 cm x 46 cm deep and 89 cm high.
This chrome and formica table table in an attractive green colour is in good useable shape (slight fading please see photograph). Slight surface rust on the legs and one stopper missing. Chrome trim round the perimeter is in good condition.
Measurements122 cm x 76 cm x 78 cm high