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Turquoise Encounter Side Table
Turquoise Encounter Side Table

A pollard burl and turquoise stone inlaid lamp table, the square moulded edge and crossbanded top above a panelled frieze drawer, the turned legs joined by an undertier.

Mahogany wine table - 20in top

Mahogany wine table - 20in top

Ebonised mahogany wine table - 20in top

Ebonised mahogany wine table - 20in top

Mahogany wine table - 14in top

Mahogany wine table - 14in top

Ebonised mahogany wine table - 14in top

Ebonised mahogany wine table - 14in top

A mahogany and verdigris brass circular center table

A mahogany and verdigris brass circular center table

A flame mahogany and satinwood marquetry Pembroke table

A flame mahogany and satinwood marquetry Pembroke table

A Finely Detailed Side Table

A Finely Detailed Side Table

A mahogany veneered and satinwood strung accent table

A mahogany veneered and satinwood strung accent table

Replica lamp table

Replica lamp table

A light cerejeira bijouterie tray top table

A light cerejeira bijouterie tray top table

A mother of pearl inlaid lamp table

A mother of pearl inlaid lamp table

Rosewood and parquetry inlaid Pembroke table

Rosewood and parquetry inlaid Pembroke table

Eglomise lamp table

Eglomise lamp table

Manx tripod table

Manx tripod table

Satinwood banded and marquetry occasional table

Satinwood banded and marquetry occasional table

A highly unusual Grotto table

A highly unusual Grotto table

An imbuya burl veneered lamp table

An imbuya burl veneered lamp table

Crotch mahogany lamp table

Crotch mahogany lamp table

A marble top mahogany lamp table

A marble top mahogany lamp table

Mahogany and brass accent side table

Mahogany and brass accent side table

Louis XVI style lamp table

Louis XVI style lamp table

Flame walnut and yew burl lamp table

Flame walnut and yew burl lamp table

A manor flame mahogany veneered Regency style lamp table

A manor flame mahogany veneered Regency style lamp table

A mahogany and marquetry tripod table

A mahogany and marquetry tripod table

Louis XVI style lamp table

Louis XVI style lamp table

Brass lamp table with marble top

Brass lamp table with marble top

Oval flame mahogany accent table

Oval flame mahogany accent table

Flame mahogany concave lamp table

Flame mahogany concave lamp table

Mahogany and brass side table

Mahogany and brass side table

Louis XVI style walnut lamp table

Louis XVI style walnut lamp table

Althorp butterfly work table

Althorp butterfly work table

A Chinoiserie parcel gilt accent table

A Chinoiserie parcel gilt accent table

Long Gallery Imari Side Table

Long Gallery Imari Side Table

Hand painted lamp table

Hand painted lamp table

Regency style burl and chocolate Chinoiserie painted lamp table

Regency style burl and chocolate Chinoiserie painted lamp table

Telescopic circular lamp table in mahogany

Telescopic circular lamp table in mahogany

Mauretania wine table - large

Mauretania wine table - large

Mauretania wine table - large - In mahogany

Mauretania wine table - large - In mahogany

Made to Measure
Empire style side table - Burr oak

Empire style side table - Burr oak

Made to Measure
Empire style side table - Burr oak with ebonised legs

Empire style side table - Burr oak with ebonised legs

Mauretania wine table - small - In mahogany

Mauretania wine table - small - In mahogany

Dorchester lamp table in crotch mahogany

Dorchester lamp table in crotch mahogany

Reproduction Lamp Tables

Lamp tables sometimes referred to as Accent Tables were strategically placed to provide low level lighting or subtle light.  Often used at either end of the sofa.  These are made in various sizes and chosen to set off decorative lamps.  The table should be larger than the diameter of the shade, this is not only for aesthetic purposes but for safety as well.

Wine Tables of similar designs to  kettle or urn stands are also a popular addition to this collection along with  “pie crust”  tables which were extremely popular in the eighteenth and nineteenth century in Britain and America.  Pie Crust tables would have been used for various purposes, such as taking tea, needlework or games. They typically incorporated a titling mechanism, which allowed the table to be easily moved and stored out of the way when not in use. Over time, the design of pie crust tables was developed so that the top could also be removed completely; however, this type of table is commonly referred to as a birdcage table. The tripod legs would be decoratively carved so when the table top was vertical the full extent of the pie crust and carved legs would be on full view.  Very elaborate tables were inlaid with marquetry patterns using different coloured woods, shading of the wood mosaic pieces were achieved by burning them  in hot sand.

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