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8006
1960s

of solid construction, the round top with random swirl burnished finish over a plain frieze apron all raised on elegant splayed supports joined by a lower shelf with similar swirl finish; abrasions to top and overall even wear and patina

Height: 
24"
Diameter: 
28"
$3,675
Available
60556
1900

 the round top with quarter edge molding above a shallow apron all raised on shapely cabriole supports; profusely decorated overall with polychrome and gilt flowers and foliage in the traditional manner; some infill to top; good antique condition with minor wear and chips; legs re-glued

Height: 
16"
Diameter: 
25.75"
$4,450
Available
5446
1920s

the round top above a plain frieze apron fitted with a single drawer; raised on a tripod base of elegantly splayed and tapering supports with a waisted neck; good vintage condition with overall even wear and patina; minor repairs and re-gluing to veneer

Height: 
27.5"
Diameter: 
20"
$2,850
Available
5455

originally used as traveling tea tables for the British in India; the octagonal top with round central medallion within a border of meandering vines; raised on a hinged base with arabesque spandrels; perfect as a drinks table that can be easily moved about a room; good antique condition with overall warm patina; some replacements to inlay and shrinkage to wood

Height: 
20"
Width: 
20.25"
Depth: 
20.25"
$3,800
Available
5346
1970s

of solid heavy construction with round glass inset top within a thick coved molded frame; all raised on three rectilinear supports joined by concave stretchers; good sturdy construction; good vintage condition with only minor wear to surface and glass 

Height: 
24"
Diameter: 
18"
$2,650
Available
5369
1900

the rectangular top with pierced gallery and apron all raised on cluster column legs joined by an X-form fretwork stretcher centering an urn; professionally refinished; replaced glue blocks

Height: 
27.5"
Width: 
25"
Depth: 
16.25"
$4,200
Sold
 Intricately Inlaid Moorish Game Table with Pivoting Handkerchief Top
60549
circa 1900

an impressively designed game table featuring a pivoting handkerchief top opening to reveal an intricately inlaid surface centering a removable center panel with game board and hand-tooled green leather surface on the flip side; resting on a body with openwork arabesque spandrels ending in splayed supports all joined by a lower shelf; the whole intricately inlaid with geometric designs and motifs; professionally restored with replacements to inlay; refinished

 

Height: 
closed: 29.5" open: 28"
Width: 
closed: 23.5" open: 47"
Depth: 
closed: 23.5" open: 47"
$12,850
A Stylish French Art Deco Nickel-plated Oval Side/Coffee Table in the Style of Maison Jansen
5388
1930s

of neoclassical style, the oval inset beveled glass top within a nickel-plated frame; all raised on cylindrical supports ending in toupie feet all joined by a shaped stretcher; good vintage condition with some abrasions to glass and metal; minor pitting on feet; small interior chip to glass along edge

Height: 
21"
Width: 
27"
Depth: 
20"
$3,650
A Grand Pair of Moorish Inlaid Square Side/End Tables
60838
circa 1940 or earlier

of quite large scale, the square Moorish tables with intricate mosaic inlay overall above a stick-and-ball carved openwork apron over arabesque spandrels; all raised on turned feet; minor surface wear throughout; some repair and fill-in to inlay; excellent overall condition with minor repairs

Height: 
30.5"
Width: 
24.75"
Depth: 
24.75"
$8,800
Sold
Anglo Indian Butlers-style Brass Inlaid Wooden Traveling Table Depicting the Taj Mahal
5286
circa 1890

with turned fold-down legs, the rectangular tray centering a brass inlaid Taj Mahal (commissioned in 1631 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to house the tomb of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal); the canted sides of the tray dovetail joined and decorated with brass inlay and carved handles; the hinged folding legs with a spring loaded mechanism for easy travel; good sturdy condition with refinished surface

 

Height: 
20.25" (tray 3" closed)
Width: 
27.75"
Depth: 
14"
$4,400
Sold

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