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Irish George II period mahogany drop leaf table. The top of matched Cuban timber, surmounting heavy cabriole legs of particularly good color, with deeply carved shell and bellflower motif at the knees.

Circa 1750
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William IV period walnut and burl walnut breakfast table. The oval quarter-veneered top wtih amboyna crossbanding, supported by four fluted pillars from a platform centred by an urn finial, on four downswept legs with knurl toes.

Circa 1840
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Irish Regency period mahogany breakfast table. The well-figured flame veneer is banded with rosewood. The turned pedestal is supported by arched splayed legs, terminating in brass caps and castors.

Circa 1820
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Louis XVI style mahogany extending dining table. Of Louis Phillipe period, the table has three leaves, and drop down centre legs. The perimeter legs with gilt brass capitols and caps to the feet.

Circa 1830
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Regency style mahogany quadruple pedestal dining table. The four pedestals with down-swept tripod legs terminating in brass caps and castors, supporting a well-figured top with rounded ends.

Late 19th century
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Early George III period Cuban mahogany dining table of a large size. The 'D' ends cross banded in mahogany surmount legs terminating in pad feet, with 2 drop leaf center sections, plus 2 additional leaves.

Circa 1760
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Regency style triple pedestal dining table. The D-ends supported by a pedestal with triple splay legs. The centre section supported by a pedestal with four splay legs, all with brass caps and castors. The table includes two leaves.

Circa 1880
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Regency snap-top breakfast table. The mahogany top and base are line inlaid, with the top cross-banded with rosewood.

Circa 1820
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Regency style triple pedestal dining table of generous proportions. This English antique has gun barrel design pedestals support solid, removeable mahogany tops with reeded edges. The table was made by Arthur Brett & Sons of Norwich, England.

Late 19th century
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Regency rosewood and boxwood strung octagonal centre table, in the manner of Gillows. The top with maple banding to the perimeter and along the bottom edge of the apron.

Circa 1810

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George II period mahogany oval drop leaf dining table. The well figured top surmounts cabriole legs of acanthus leaves and flowerets, terminating in ball and claw feet, with curling fetlocks behind. Possibly Irish.

Circa 1740

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George III mahogany serving table. Beautifully patinated, the flame mahogany frieze contained two mahogany lined drawers, divided by a marquetry panel inlaid with a conch shell motif. This English antique has channeled, spadefooted legs that are are likewise surmounted by a panel inlaid with a conch shell.

Circa 1780
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Regency period satinwood, mahogany and ebonised rent table. The satinwood top with both working and faux mahogany fronted drawers, surmounting an unusual support of four ebonised, ring-turned columns, terminating in a platform.

Circa 1810
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