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Pair of Early 19th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Console Serving Tables

Very fine pair of early nineteenth century George III period mahogany antique console serving tables. This very rare pair of elegant side tables were made for a large room and they were designed to impress. They are typical of the late George III period of furnishing as pioneered by the likes of Robert Adam which was popular among the ruling and landed classes of the period. This meant that they are designed along classical lines with perfect proportions and classical motifs. This pair of tables have wonderfully shaped back panels, exquisite reeded detail and stand on elegant square tapering legs with spade feet. The timber is a very fine cut of mahogany which has faded to a very nice golden brown.

English circa 1810 £12,500

10 17 03

69cm / 27" deep
93cm / 36½" high surface
19cm / 7½" gallery
184cm / 72½" wide

18th Century George III Period Antique Console Table

Very fine quality 18th century mahogany antique console table with flame mahogany frieze, moulded legs with chamfer, gadrooning, paterae and shell motif. The top looks like a single piece of mahogany and the whole piece is a good colour not apparent in these photographs. All in all a very fine piece worthy of a large country house setting. (Not freestanding)

English circa 1760 £5,800

01 18 03

79cm / 31" high
72cm / 28½" deep
155cm / 61" wide

19th Century Mahogany Antique Serving Table Wash Stand Dressing Table

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 £1250

52cm / 20½" deep
108cm / 42½" wide
76cm / 30" high
85cm / 33½" high

Large Scale George III Period Mahogany Serving Table

George III period serving table with three large drawers in the frieze. This serving table stands on four legs with a generous chamfer on the inside of each leg which makes the legs appear more slender than they are. The legs terminate in spade foot and there is a mounded edge which runs along the front and sides at the top of the leg.
This is an impressive scale serving table notably with a top made from a vast single piece of mahogany.

English circa 1790 £18,500

75cm / 29½" deep
244cm / 96" / 8 feet wide
79cm / 31" high

Oak antique serving table

Antique serving table made of oak and burr oak, this serving table is exceptionally well made with mahogany drawer linings and proper precision dovetails. It has hidden drawers in the frieze for cutlery, linen etc.

English circa 1840-1880 £4,800

04 14 10

23" deep max
66 1/2" wide max
34 1/2" high