ST. GEORGE'S ANTIQUES of Stamford

The best products at the best prices!

Tables

 

i. Wm. IV rosewood work table, c.1830, requires minor work, H30" W30" D18". £300

 

ii. Geo. III mahog. oval pembroke table, c.1800, bow fronted drawer to one end, H28" W19"/38" D32". £450

 

iii. Vic. mahog. coaching table, H27" W36" D18". £350

 

iv. Small French C19th inlaid walnut and kingwood swivel top card table, H29" W25" D17". £1500

 

v. Vic. wal. tripod table, stamped "Hindley & Sons", H30" W22" D22". £650

 

vi. Geo. III oak lowboy, cross banded top, H30" W34" D20". £750

 

vii. Late C19th Arts and Crafts draughts or chess table in oak, counter box below, minor  losses, H28" W19" D19". £350

 

viii. Geo. III mahog. birdcage tripod, c.1760, one piece top, gun barrel column, a bold example,  good colour and patination, H28" W33" D33". £950

 

ix. C18th oak gateleg table, great colour and patination, H28" W51"open D42". £1150

 

x. Geo. IV mahog. sofa table, c.1825, twin turned end supports united by similarly turned stretcher, two mahog. lined drawers with ebonised knobs, dummy drawers to the reverse, minor ink mark on the top, H29" W42"/60" D27". £350

 

xi. Late Geo. III mahog. spider leg pembroke table, c.1810, H27" W12"/36" D28". £450

 

xii. Late Geo. III mahog. sofa table, c.1820, turned centre pedestal with four swept reeded legs terminating in brass lions paw feet with brass castors, two mahog. lined drawers with original knobs, dummy drawers to the reverse, the top double banded in both rosewood and satinwood, H28" W37"/58" D26". £1500

 

xiii. Ed. mahog. serpentine sided graduated nest of tables, c.1910, good clean condition, the largest measuring H26" W19" D14". £275