Tables

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE

A Fine George IV Figured Mahogany Writing Table

The tooled leather top inside a mahogany band, with a double brass rimed edge,

above a frieze with two brass rimmed drawers, with panel sides in figured mahogany,

resting on solid brass inlayed layer ends,

with brass box toed casters.

possibly by John MClean, Marylebone street.

 

English, Circa 1810

Width: 40inches, 124cm

Height: 31,1/2inches,  80cm

Depth: 29,1/4inches,  70cm

 

 footnote, John Mclean, Is regarded as one of the finest Regency cabinet makers in London working in the early part of the 19th century,

 example of his work can be seen in the Victoria & Albert Museum, California Palace and Saltram Hall, Devon

 

Price €21,000

AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF SPECIMEN TABLES

The circular tops with radiating bands of specimen marbles, including amethyst, malachite, porphyry, pietra paescene and agates with a central tablet of lapis lazuli, set within a verde antico border, the simulated rosewood bases cross-banded with an ebony border, on a carved acanthus edge with a moulded bead & reel frieze, supported by three sabre legs with carved acanthus and rosettes, on a plate-form base with a central carving of pomigrainettes, resting on bold scroll feet.

 

Attributed to Gillow's

English, circa 1825

Height: 30 in; 77cm

Width: 36in; 82cm

Price: €185,000 

 

Provenance The Baronne de Nixon, Châteaux de Cieteil Now owned by the French state.

Footnote, The firm of Gillow's of Lancaster and London where one of the most renound Cabinet makers of the 18th and early 19th century, no other cabinet makers were in business for so long or had a show room and workshop in 18th century London as well as Lancaster receiving commission from many of the Great English Houses such as Hackwood Park Hampshire , Wentworth Woodhouse Yorkshire, Tatton Park Cheshire.

A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY GAMES TABLES IN THE MANNER OF THOMAS CHIPPENDALE

An exceptional pair of George III mahogany concertina action card tables in the manner of Thomas Chippendale, the superbly figured rectangular mahogany book matched tops, carved with a floral patria edge on a punched background, above a plain frieze with a carved gadrooned edge, resting on elegant carver cabriole with ball and claw feet, retaining wonderful original colour and patina.

 

English, Circa 1750

Width:   36 inches, 91.5cm

Height: 30 inches  71.5cm 

Depth:  17.5 inches,  44.5cm

Price  €65,000

A GEORGE IV BROWN MAHOGANY CIRCULAR JUPES TABLE

A Superbly figured mahogany round extending table, the top with a double moulded edges, with six extending leaves, resting on four turned acanthus carved pillar supports, sitting on a plate-form base,  with a treble moulded edge, resting on four turned reeded bun feet, on concealed brass castors.

 

English, Circa 1830

Diameter without leaves 6ft (182cm) with leaves 8ft (244cm)

Height,  30inches,  (76cm)

 Price €120,000

 

Footnote, A similar table was at Wentworth House, South Yorkshire, The Earls of Fitzwilliam, is now in Temple Newsam House, illustrated in Christopher Gilbert book, furniture at Temple Newsam House page 330, figure 413

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY JUPES TABLE

A Very Large and extremely rare William 1V Mahogany Extending Jupes Table

By Johnstone and Jeanes

The round extendable top with two original sets of leaves, retaining the original leaf holder, resting on a central pillar with four shoot of moulded

sabre legs on later brass cup castors, the well figured mahogany top measures 5ft 8inches when closed and expands to make a 

7ft round table with the smaller leaves or a 9ft round table with the larger leaves, the design for these tables patent

in 1835 by Robert Jupe and John Jonstone 67 New Bond street London, By 1842 Jupe had left the partnership, which then became Jonstone & Jeanes.

Johnston retained the patient for the table invented by Jupe.

This is one of the larges examples of these table, It retains the original JohnstonE & Jean Stamped tablet.

 

English, Circa 1845

 

Height:

Diameter closed: 5ft 8 inches,  173cm

Diameter with small leaves: 7ft,  232cm

Diameter with large leaves:  9ft,  275cm

 

Price,  £195,000

A GEORGE III FOUR PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

A Fabulous George III Mahogany Four Pedestal Dining Table.

The superbly figured mahogany rectangular tops, with a reeded edge and three extra leaves, resting four shot of turned gun barrel pedestals with brass box casters.

 

English, Circa 1770

Length: 222 inches, 

Width: 66 inches,

Height: 283/4 inches,

Price €190,000