Antique Tea Tables & Pembroke Tables
This page is for antique tea tables including Sutherland tables, Pembroke tables and other similar sorts of tables. Remember to check all the categories of tables as the sort you are after may well be in a different section. Please click on the photographs in order to enlarge the image and do please call us if you do not find what you are looking for here
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
Regency Mahogany Antique Tea Table
Regency mahogany antique tea table. This two hundred year old table is made of a very interesting cut of well figured mahogany which is inlaid with ebony stringing. Photographed here before restoration, this table will be buffed to show room condition by our in-house team of restorers using a cloth and the finest beeswax available to humanity.
English circa 1810 £1,650
08 16 09
89cm / 35" wide open
92cm / 36" deep open
44cm / 17½" deep closed
72cm / 28½" high
Regency mahogany antique Pembroke table
Extremely fine quality Regency mahogany antique Pembroke table made by Gillows of Lancaster, the best furniture maker in England in the 18th and 19th centuries, this table has all the best Gillows features such as the classic Gillow leg as seen in the sketch books, coffered sections by the drawers, wonderful mahogany of the sort which Gillows do seem to have had the monopoly, mahogany lined drawers and wonderful dovetailed construction.
English circa 1820 £2,900
28 1/2" high
24" wide both leaves down
50" wide both leaves up