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Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Library Table

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Early 19th century Regency mahogany antique library table. This is a really charming little library table that would be equally useful to use as a sofa table. It is made of nice mahogany with good figuring and a nice old faded green skiver. The skiver can be conserved or replaced depending on the requirement. This table will look wonderful when the restorers have finished with it. This is a proper aristocratic piece of furniture with inlaid stringing, high cross bar, precise dovetails and it is freestanding with dummy drawers to the reverse.

English circa 1820 £2800

TGH

25¾" deep
43½" wide
28" high

18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Bedside Table / Pot Cupboard / Night Stand

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18th century George III period mahogany pot cupboard night stand. This is a charming little bed side table, made of proper mahogany of the sort that just seems to have run out by the end of the Georgian era, because it is so much more interesting than the stuff the Victorians were using.
This table is remarkably fine in detail, it has slender tapering legs, brass casters and caps to match, thin crossbanding and stringing. This really is a lovely little bed side table.

English circa 1790 £850

11 16 05

17¾" / 45cm deep
22½" / 58cm wide
31" / 79cm high

Eighteenth Century George III Period Mahogany Pair of D-end Tables / Console Tables

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Pair of 18th century George III period mahogany D-ends. These two tables are made from a good cut of mahogany and have nice figuring and a good colour. There is ebonised molding around the frieze and the legs are slightly tapered.

English circa 1780 £1800

67cm / 26¼" deep
136cm / 53½" wide
72cm / 28¼" high
59cm / 23" clearance

Set of Twelve Early Nineteenth Century Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Chairs

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Set of twelve early 19th century Regency mahogany antique dining chairs. This is a really fine set of chairs, they have sabre legs, they are well drawn with good proportions, they are crisply carved and they are made of fine close grained mahogany. These chairs have the early type of close reeding on the top of the rails, across the front rail, the top of the arms and on the inside of the back supports. These chairs are a delight.

English circa 1820 £11500

02 19 04

The carvers
56cm / 22" wide
87cm / 34" high
46cm / 18" high seat
53cm / 21" deep
 
The singles
46cm / 18" wide
87cm / 34" high
46cm / 18" high seat

18th Century George III Period Mahogany Four Pedestal Antique Dining Table

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18th century George III period mahogany four pedestal antique dining table. This is one of the best tables we have seen, it is a tremendous scale at almost eighteen feet long and very well drawn. It has elegant outstretched four splay legs which are a great shape, having a slight hint of the Regency knee that would come later. The legs fall sharply down before curving to run almost parallel to the floor and they terminate a long way from the pedestal. It has the close reeding on the top of the legs typical of this pre-Regency period. The length of the leg, the shape of the leg and the reeding colaborate to provide a most pleasing and well balanced table base.
The catches are of the swing type which means that they cannot get lost. They are of the highest quality, some are inscribed Farlar & Bullock and others Bullock, Tonks & Bedington, 90 Wardour Street.
This table is "unseen" as it came to us in 2006 from Aynho Park without having been on the open market. It has been in private hands from 2006 until now once again we have the privilege to have custody of this wonderful and important country house dining table.

The top of the table is made of huge sheets of a very fine cut of mahagany which has attained a wonderful colour and patina over the centuries. There are three removable leaves and four premanant tops, any of these can be removed to make the table several sizes smaller. It is also possible to extend the table to make it larger, so please ask for details if a longer table is required.

English circa 1790 £195000
Attributed to Gillow of Lancaster and London

EM 002

Provenance:
Aynho Park, Oxfordshire.
This table was most probably made for Aynho as part of the improvements carried out to the house by Sir John Soane in the 1790s. There is a lot of very interesting history about the Cartwright family of Aynho Park going back for centuries, please ask for details.
Below the last two photographs are of the table in situ in Aynho Park taken in 2006.

159cm / 63" wide
547cm / 215" long
74cm / 29" high

Early 18th Century George I Period Walnut Antique Card Table

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Early 18th century George I period walnut antique games table standing on cabriole legs with pad feet. This table is photographed here as it came in to us and will look even better when it has been waxed. The mechanism is unusual and works very well. It has a concertina or scissors action which is very stable indeed. The walnut is a lovely colour and it has a good grain pattern on the sold sections and quarter cut burr veneer with feather banding on the top. This is a really elegant table dating from the pre-mahogany era and this sort of early walnut is bright, tactile and warm.

English circa 1720 £3800

01 19 03

77.5cm / 30½" wide
39cm / 15¼" deep min
77.5cm / 30½" deep max
71cm / 28" or 73cm / 28¾" high

18th Century George II Period Mahogany Antique Silver Table

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18th century George II period mahogany antique silver table. This wonderful little side table dates from an early period of mahogany, characterised by the use of dense grained and well figured mahogany. This sort of mahogany is heavy to lift, strong and is often referred to as Cuban mahogany. This table is very well drawn and looks very fine when viewed first hand. The cabriole leg is slender and elegant and the narrow frieze is shaped to continue the line of the cabriole knee.
The top is made of a single sheet of mahogany. There is a lip around the top to help keep the silver from sliding off and the top joins the frieze in such a way as to make it look like a removable tray. This is a really inexpensive fine quality early mahogany table which must have been made for an important house indeed.

English circa 1750 £1800

11 18 04

20" / 51cm deep
31" / 76cm wide
29" / 74cm high

18th Century George II Period Mahogany Antique Silver Table

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18th century George II period mahogany antique silver table. This wonderful little side table dates from an early period of mahogany, characterised by the use of dense grained and well figured mahogany. This sort of mahogany is heavy to lift, strong and is often referred to as Cuban mahogany. This table is very well drawn and looks very fine when viewed first hand. The cabriole leg is slender and elegant and the narrow frieze is shaped to continue the line of the cabriole knee.
The top is made of a single sheet of mahogany. There is a lip around the top to help keep the silver from sliding off and the top joins the frieze in such a way as to make it look like a removable tray. This is a really inexpensive fine quality early mahogany table which must have been made for an important house indeed.

English circa 1750 £1800

11 18 04

20" / 51cm deep
31" / 76cm wide
29" / 74cm high

Eigteenth Century George III Period Antique Mahogany Chest on Chest / Tallboy

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Eighteenth century George III period antique mahogany chest on chest. This is a great chest on chest with some lovely details. The ogee bracket feet are a generous shape, the pillasters have fluting and gilt brass capitals, the handles still have traces of gilding on and the cornice has interesting Chinese Chippendale blind lattice carving as well as Greek key dentil cornice. This chest is a really good colour and it will look even more wonderful when the restorers have waxed it.

English circa 1760 £3800

12 18 03

24" / 61cm deep
48" / 122cm wide
74" / 188cm high

Early 18th Century George I Period Antique Walnut Side Table

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Early 18th century George I period walnut antique lowboy side table. This is a charming early side table with wonderful faded colour, sligthly wobbly top, quarter cut veneers, cross banding, stringing, a carved apron and cabriole legs. It is photographed here before restoration as it came to us. A thorough polishing with beeswax will improve the table immensely and is included in the price.

English circa 1720 £3800

10 18 04

29½" / 75cm wide
19¼" / 49cm deep
25¼" / 64cm high