A Fine George II Mahogany Side Table.
Irish circa 1760.
The impressive one-piece mahogany top above a fine fluted and beaded frieze, the central tablet with relief-carved urn and husk swags, the six fluted legs headed by carved oval patrae terminating in block feet decorated with roundels.
Provenance: Fortgranite, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
In the manner of Thomas Chippendale.
Dimensions: 81cm (32") high; 305cm (120") wide; 91cm (36") deep.
A George III Mahogany Kneehole Desk.
English circa 1790.
The leather top above a long drawer, kneehole flanked by two banks of three short drawers, the reverse with eight graduated drawers, on moulded plinth base.
Attributed to Gillows of Lancaster.
Dimensions: 84.5cm (33 ¼”) high; 140.5cm (55 ¼”) wide; 94.5cm (37 ¼”) deep.
A 19th Century Marble Specimen Table.
English circa 1850.
The octagonal top with Devonshire specimen marbles set within a Derbyshire Black marble border, raised on a tapering ebonised column with inverted bead mouldings, conforming octagonal base, s-scroll feet with inset castors.
By John Woodley (1814 - 1862) at The Royal Marble Works, St. Marychurch, Torquay.
Dimensions: 75cm (29 ½” ) high; 79cm (31") diameter.
A George III Mahogany Extending
Dining Table by Thomas Butler.
English circa 1805.
The rounded rectangular top with reeded edge, three additional leaves on a telescopic base, four tapering reeded legs terminating in brass cup castors. Of good mellow colour.
Brass plaque inscribed Butlers Patent, No 13 & 14 Catherine Street, Strand.
Closed: 72cm (28 ¼”) high; 180cm (71”) wide; 130cm (51”) deep. Extended: 286cm (112 ½”) wide.
An Octagonal Centre Table.
By Carlo Buggati, 1856-1940.
The octagonal top inset with Russia hide bordered by inlaid ebonised wood with pewter, tortoiseshell and mother of pearl, the elaborate frieze with beaten copper and semi-Arabic characters, the legs wrapped in embossed patinated copper, terminating in block feet on brass castors.
Dimensions: 76cm (30") high; 72cm (28.5") wide; 72cm (28.5") deep