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Georgian Mahogany D-end Dining Table
A sturdy and beautiful Georgian dining table with three extra leaves. Has sat 12 before, but normally comfortably seats 10. Two of the original leaves were restored 15 years ago due to staining so they appear a little lighter than the others, but they could be french polished to match if really important. Please see pictures.
(Third leaf is leaning against the wall.)
Obviously the table can accomodate fewer people and the maximum size is approx:
50.5" wide by 112" fully extended by 28" wide.
Lovely spade feet and all the brasswork is there.
Priced to sell.
Ref: SB
Price: £995
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18th C. Irish pie crust tilt-top pedestal table
Beautifully carved mahogany.

Ball and claw feet, well turned pedestal. Some restoration over the years but does not show on display (please see photos). Excellent proportions.

C. 1750

Size approx: Width 27.25" and height 27.25"

*** NOW REDUCED BY 100***
Ref: DK
Price: £875
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Georgian mahogany dumb waiter
This is a Georgian mahogany dumb waiter with the bottom shelf rotating. Nice looker of good proportions with some restortion which is hard to see on display.

Size approx: 26" wide by 36" high.
Ref: tah269
Price: £495
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Large 19th C. Farmhouse Frech Oak Dining Table
A lovely example with a good width 4 plank top (at approx 36" wide, by 80" long, by 31.5" high), warm patina and sturdy build. The tips of the legs have also been restored and it has two very large drawers, one at each end.
A really gorgeous table at a realistic price for a quick sale.
Circa 1900.
Ref: Q
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Superb 2 plank topped Chestnut Table: Seats 8+
A really solid and glowing chestnut dining table to seat 8, with one drawer. Excellent condition. Circa 1900, probably French.
Size approx:6' 6" long by 30" wide by 30.5" high. Hight from floor to base of frame = leg room: 24.75".
Lovely grain and finish!
Ref: Q
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Three Plank Elm Dining Table
Lovely shape for a three plank chestnut dining table in really solid condition with excellent grain. Will seat 8 people comfortably. Original top probably pre-turn of the century with the rest possibly 1920s (?) and a real looker!
Size approx: 53" long by 43" wide by 29.5" high
Ref: Q
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Beautiful Regency mahogany breakfast tailting table
A beautiful Regency mahogany breakfast table in tip-top, strong condition.

Wonderful turned pedestal with brass castors etc.

Excellent patina and grain, seats up to 8 people.

Size approx: 5' long by 29.5" high by 4' wide.

Ref: G
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18th C Elm topped Centre Table
Here is a wonderful centre table with a two plank Elm top, gunbarrel legs and frame in oak.
Beautiful! Great condition. Size approx: 56" wide by 27 " deep by 27.5" high. Highly collectable and a sound investment.
Ref: Q
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Large Solid Oak Dining Table, can seat up to 12.
A wonderful solid oak table, with two extra leaves and winding mechanism which will seat from 6 to 12 people comfortably.
(PLEASE NOTE: The pictures show just one of the two leaves in place, apologies!) Lovely colour on top with good carving on the edges and legs. A lable is still attached underneath showing the legend "W. R. Simkin, Colchester" and we guess the table is from 1900-1920?
Size without leaves approx: 47" wide by 56" long by high.
Length with 2 leaves in approx: 91"

PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED BY 300...
Ref: E.
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Georgian Mahogany Tilting Pedestal Round Table.
A really superb and good sized round table which seats 6/8 people.

Wonderful turned pedestal with fluted legs and original brasswork/castors.

Size approx: 50" diameter and 29" table height.

Lovely condition and solid. Ready to use.

NOW REDUCED BY 500 FOR A QUICK SALE.
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