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Regency style triple pedestal dining table. The well-figured top supported by tripod splay legs to the ends, and a quadruple splay leg to the center, below turned baluster supports. Of an excellent length, fully extended the table will seat 12.

Late 19th century
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Regency period mahogany triple pedestal dining table. The well figured top supported by three pedestals of gun barrel type, with central pedestal with four splay legs, and the two end pedestals with three splay legs.

Circa 1810
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Regency period mahogany dining table in the manner of Gillows. The well-figured top surmounts two d-ends and one drop-leaf centre section, supported by reeded and turned legs.

Circa 1810
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Regency mahogany snap top breakfast table on reeded and ring-turned column. Its quatrefoil platform terminates in quadruped foliate scroll splayed legs, with brass caps and castors.

Circa 1820
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Regency period mahogany breakfast table. The rectangular top surmounts a reeded pedestal supported by four splay legs of swan neck form, terminating in giltbrass caps and castors.

Circa 1810
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Regency period satinwood and giltwood centre table. The well-figured top with ebony stringing to a central roundel. The column base terminates in a triform platform with gilt lion's paw feet.

In the manner of Morel and Hughes

Circa 1820
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A George II period mahogany drop leaf table of small size. The slightly oval drop leaf top over cabriole legs with shell carving and ‘C’ scrolls, and pointed pad feet.

Circa 1750
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George II period mahogany dining table. The oval top surmounts cabriole legs with carved scallop shells with bell flowers trailing, all terminating in pad feet.

Circa 1750
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George I giltwood and carved gesso centre table, in the manner of James Moore. The rectangular top relief carved with a panel of leaves and flowers, supported by a carved gesso frieze and cabriole legs.

Circa 1720
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Regency period rosewood and gilt-metal mounted library table. The circular top with gilt tooled green leather, supported on four square downswept legs ending in leaf cast caps and castors. The table drum and the centre of the legs enriched with embossed metal filleting.

Circa 1820
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An Irish George II period wine cooler. The oval coopered body with brass handles and foliate carved cabriole legs terminating in hairy paw feet.

Circa 1750

Provenance: Mount Kennedy House, County Wicklow, Ireland
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Regency period mahogany wine cooler of large size. Of sarcophagus form, the four sides with fielded panels, the front and reverse with a raised lozenge surrounded by gilt anthemia.

Circa 1815
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A George III period mahogany sideboard of serpentine outline. The shaped top above a central napery drawer, flanked by two deep drawers, one fitted as a cellaret with bottle divisions.

Circa 1780
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George III period mahogany and strung demilune sideboard. The well-figured drawer fronts surrounded by boxwood stringing, with the well-figured top fronted by checkered banding.

Circa 1780
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An Irish George III period mahogany rectangular sideboard of pedestal design. Well-suited for storage, the sideboard is well supplied with drawer space, including three deep double drawers.

Circa 1780
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Late George III mahogany and gilt bronze console. The segmental arc-shaped top and paneled frieze outlined in gilt bronze beading, the whole raised on circular tapering, reeded legs.

Circa 1800
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George II style mahogany pier table, in the manner of William Vile. The carved cabriole legs support a frieze with a lion's head mask, below an egg and dart pediment.

Circa 1880
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George III mahogany and fret carved serving table, in the Chinese Chippendale taste. The cobalt and blue jar is Qing period export ware, 18th century.

Circa 1765
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A George III period harewood and yewwood pier table. Of demilune outline, the top with fan marquetry and kingwood banding, above a frieze with yewwood medallions, surmounting square tapering legs.

Circa 1780
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Chappell & McCullar Contemporary Classics - Riesener Table. Flat sided rectangular table supported on four straight legs, square in section with indented corners. The table is fitted with a single drawer shaped along the lower edge and centered with a rectangular veneered panel of mahogany, edged with double filets of ebony and satinwood and banded with ebony.

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Chappell & McCullar Contemporary Classics - Large Riesener Table. Flat sided rectangular table supported on four straight legs. The table is fitted with a single frieze drawer shaped along the lower edge and centered with a rectangular veneered panel of ebony, edged with double filets of ebony and satinwood and banded with satinwood.

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A pair of George III period mahogany Channel Islands bedside cupboards.

Circa 1800
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A pair of George III period satinwood and marquetry pier tables. The tops with fan and feather terminals, with continuous ribbon and husk swags to the frieze, with anthemion and husk motif to the square tapering, gaitered legs.

Circa 1780
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A pair of George III period giltwood pier tables of a large size. The tables of demilune, breakfront outline with a gilt foliate frieze of acanthus and palmette motif, with the leg capitals topped with paterae.

Circa 1790
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George III period mahogany pembroke table. With single drawer to one side, with the legs joined by a shaped cross stretcher.

Circa 1780
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Late George II period mahogany side table in the manner of Chippendale. Of serpentine outline, the molded top above three frieze drawers with original handles of a rococo design.

Circa 1750
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Late George III period mahogany Pembroke table, with satinwood crossbanding to the well-figured oval top. The square tapering legs with boxwood stringing terminating in brass caps and casters.

Circa 1800
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George II period mahogany tilt top table. The fluted column supports a sold top with bird cage action, with carved splay legs terminating in pad feet.

Circa 1750
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Late George II period mahogany tilt top table, with ‘pie crust’ lattice to the top. The top supported by clip and birdcage action, with pedestal above carved tripod legs.

Circa 1750
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Late George III period mahogany and satinwood banded card table. The top with wide satinwood banding, the bottom portion liberally strung with boxwood, with satinwood lozenge shaped terminals at the top of the square tapering legs.

Circa 1790
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Regency period rosewood and brass inlaid card table. Of scrolling outline, the top inlaid with gilt brass stringing, and the top and stretcher with cast brass floral motif mounts, all terminating in gilt brass caps and casters.

Circa 1810
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A Regency period mahogany and banded sofa table. The well figured top crossbanded, above a frieze with drawers to one side and faux drawers to the reverse, with banding and a checkered band to the bottom of the frieze.

Circa 1810
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Chappell & McCullar Contemporary Classics - Christophe Low Table. The table top frame is supported on two curule legs formed by S-shaped members joined in the center by a turned wooden spindle terminating at either end in a stylized gilt metal rosette.

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George III period mahogany butler's tray on folding stand. The tray folding on four sides, each with a handle, on stretchered stand.

Circa 1800

A Japanese lacquer and gilt tray, decorated with fans both open and closed. Signed 'Keizan'. Mounted on a contemporary lucite stand.

Showa period, circa 1960
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Chinese elm altar or side table. The top with rectangular panels set within a surrounding frame, and supported round legs with ‘U’- shaped spandrels and round stretchers.

Probably Qing period, late 18th or early 19th century
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