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  1. ARU

    Georgian Style Oval Mahogany Table - Fleur de Lex Antiques - reddish brown/black/blonde

    More Details Stunning Georgian Style table, attributed to Baker. Complete with 3 leaves and custom table pads. Each leaf 14"/46". Custom table pads included. This table with Baluster turned pedestals is in four sections with three original leaves. Beautifully inlaid edge, trimmed in Ebony with French polished finish.
  2. KWY

    Elegant Oval Inlaid Top Tripod Table - de-cor - mahogany

    More Details Early-20th-century tilt-top table constructed of mahogany with satinwood inlay on top. Three cabriole legs. Slightly loose joints, slight scratches.
  3. ILG

    Late 19th-C. Scalloped Oval Table - Black Sheep Antiques

    More Details Late 19th century English oak side table with an oval shaped top which has a double bevelled and scalloped edge, following down to a simple apron and supported on hand-turned barley twist legs joined by simple stretchers. Raised on hand-turned feet.
  4. VML

    Edwardian Satinwood Occasional Table - Vermilion Designs - light brown/satinwood/brown/brass

    More Details Antique Edwardian Satinwood Occasional Table, in the Adam taste, the banded oval top centered by a patera inlay and with an inlaid foliate ribband band, above a conforming banded frieze, raised on tapering circular legs joined by a galleried oval shelf stretcher and ending in bulbous feet. No maker's marks.
  5. SWP

    Provençal-Style Occasional Table - The Gilded Room - mahogany/ebony

    More Details Small Provençal-style occasional table with ornate carved cabriole legs and book-matched veneer oval top accented with an ebony rim. No maker's mark. Minimal wear to surface.
  6. ILG

    English Occasional Table - circa 1900 - Black Sheep Antiques

    More Details English oak occasional table with a scalloped and beveled edge around the oval top, following down to a simple apron and supported on hand-turned barley twist legs joined by stretchers and raised on hand-turned feet.
  7. INW

    Maison Jansen Style Hall Table - gold

    More Details A Maison Jansen style hall table. Made of solid brass with a thick, beveled glass top. A heavy brass oval frame is supported with a curule stretcher. Cabriole legs are topped with rams heads and stand on hoofed feet.