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A Rare Mahogany Cumberland Action Dining Table
18th Century

Height 28 ½ in. Width 47 ½ in. Depth 15 ½ “Closed” Depth 47 ½ in. by 58 in. "Open"

Inv# Tab317
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An Unusual Mid Century Art Deco Style Marble Top Table


Height 33 in. Width 60 in. Depth 18 in.

Inv# Tab316
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A Fine Regency Mahogany Sofa Table/Writing Table Attributed to Gillows of Lancaster
Early 19th Century

With a rectangular shaped top with a banded salamander wood banded inlaid.  Over two drawers and 4 false drawers with brass lion paws over a stretcher base ending with casters.

Height 29 in. Width 54 in. Depth 29 in.

Inv# Tab300
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An Italian Walnut Baroque Table
17th Century

The rectangular molded top with inlaid decorations at the corners over two drawers all resting on a trestle base.

Height 31 1/2 in.  Width 32 1/2 in.  Lenght 62 in.

Inv# Tab128
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An Italian Baroque Walnut Double Sided Center/Library Table
17th Century

The rectangular top above four paneled drawers at each front with two being false drawers, raised on shaped trestles joined by wrought-iron s-scroll stretchers

Height 33 1/2 in Width 76 in. Depth 31 ½ in.

Inv# Tab108
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A Rare Diminutive Tuscan Walnut Table
17th Century

With a rectangular top with a dental molded edge over a single drawer, all resting on cut out shaped ends with a trestle shaped stretcher.

Height 23 in. Width 27 in. Depth 17 ½ in.

Inv# Tab315
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An Elegant Mahogany Two Pedestal Dining Table
19th Century

Height 29in. Width 56 in. Length 105 in. Leaf 35 in. (1)

Inv# Tab314
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A Louis XVI Mahogany Dining Table
18th Century

Height 29 in. Width 64 in. Length 184 in. Each leaf 24 in. (5)

Inv# Tab313
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A Fine Swiss Walnut Table
18th Century



Inv# Tab312
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A Fine Louis XVI Brass Bound Part Ebonized Ivory Inlaid Mahogany & Ebony Tric Trac Table
18th Century

The rectangular leather inset removable top reversing to a baize surface and opening to a gaming surface, above opposing small drawers, raised on circular tapering fluted legs.

Height 29 in. Width 45 in. Depth 22 in.

Reference:
Le Mobilier Francais Du XVIII Siecle, pg 853-859
By Denise Ledoux-Lebard

Museums:
Paris, Art Decoratifs; Paris, Cognacq-Jay; Paris, Petit Palais

Height 29 in. Width 45 in. Depth 22 in.

Inv# Tab211
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