Antique Side Tables
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18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Folding Tea Table
18th century mahogany antique folding tea table. This table stands on four square taper legs typical of the George III period. The decoration is also typical of the late 18th century with a flame mahogany panel, stringing around the edges of the top and the front panels and with plume of feathers motifs and oval flower inlays at the top of the legs. This tea table is a good small size and would be useful as a side table, wine table or sofa table to fit any spot, while also having the minimum twenty four inch knee clearance required for comfortable dining.
English circa 1790 £480
46cm / 18" deep closed
90cm / 35½" deep open
92cm / 36" wide
74cm / 29" high closed
71cm / 28" high open
19th Century Antique Side Table Attributed to Gillow
19th century mahogany serving table, side table or dressing table with gallery to stop things falling off the back. This is very useful for all applications, but especially when used as a dressing table as it stops the mirror being pushed too far back. The beauty of this table is in the elegant lines and the deliberate lack of embellishment. There is no superfluous carving, no cockbeading and no gold trim. It is not the superficial things that make this table stand out from the rest, it the intrinsic qualities. It is the quality of the timber with the wonderful grain pattern, it is the mahogany drawer linings, is the the precision construction that means that the drawers run smoothly with no need for cock beading. This table has slender legs, a thin frieze and nice pair of handles. Who could ask for more.
English circa 1840
52cm / 20½" deep
108cm / 42½" wide
76cm / 30" high
85cm / 33½" high
19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Side Table
Regency mahogany antique side board or serving table. This table has faded to a fashionable pale honey colour while retaining a good patina. Photographed here before restoration, this table can be restored by our in house restorers to your specification. Choose from a light revive and wax to a full re-polish.
English circa 1810 £1,800
TGH 17 3 3
56cm / 22" deep
122cm / 48" wide
75cm / 29½" high
18th Century Antique Oak Lowboy Sidetable
Early 18th century oak antique side table with great colour and patination. This table has a single drawer in the frieze and stands on long slender legs terminating in pad feet.
English circa 1740 £1,250
79cm / 31" wide
50 cm / 19½" deep
71cm / 28" high
Antique washstand made of a really good cut of Cuban mahogany. This useful side table is designed to have a bowl for washing in the centre, but it might be fun to find a way of plumbing it in with taps and drain etc for glamorous teeth cleaning or a posh wash. There are two drawers, one each side of the central dummy drawer. Handles are original turned mahogany. The timber is dry from years of not being looked after, once we have waxed it with bees wax it will be a wonderful rich colour again which can be achieved without totally repolishing. The timber and construction are consistant with that used by Gillow which makes this table well above the ordinary.
English circa 1810 £1,450
32" high to surface
Antique Wine Table / Writing Table / Centre Table
Regency mahogany centre table / writing table / lamp table, the rectangular top crossbanded in tulipwood and fruitwood, with two drawers in the frieze and the feet with scrolled reeded brackets.
English circa 1810 £4,800
02 16 01
Provenance: Sold and valued Maple and Co, BADA, 1971
Antique dressing table
Antique dressing table / side table / serving table made of mahogany with cross banding and strung decoration.
English circa 1800 £250
31½" high surface
40" high overall
Antique side table
Early antique side table made of well figured oak. This table is extremely unusual as it has a fold over top that means it can double as a card table, tea table or writing desk.
When open the top is supported by a leg that swings open on a knuckle joint hidden in the centre of the back.
This is a charming early 18th century side table that our restorers have finished by polishing it with natural beeswax.
English circa 1740 £1,850
10 14 09
37 1/2" when open
This is a really fine example of a lowboy from the age of walnut. Interestingly it is partly finished at the back and the molding runs all the way around the top as if it was intended to be free standing. Another great feature is the double cock beading. This has been applied to the outside of the drawer area rather than to the drawer itself. This table has fine colour and patination which will improve further with beeswax. English circa 1710 £3,800
19" high to frieze
23½" high to frieze at centre
11" wide kneehole