Antique Tables

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Fine, French, Regence period, carved giltwood console
Item No. 843
Fine, French, Regence period, carved giltwood console

With veined pink marble serpentine-fronted top above a shell and foliate frieze on crosshatched and diagonal reeded ground, raised on foliate-carved double scroll cabriole legs terminating in "pied de sabots." Circa 1725.

30¼" high by 31½" wide by 17" deep
Italian, Rococo period, walnut console
Item No. 838
Italian, Rococo period, walnut console

With wooden top painted to resemble marble and legs terminating in pied de sabots. From Naples. Mid-18th century.

60" wide by 35" high by 26½" deep
Very fine, Parisian, Neoclassical period, drop-leaf banquet table
Item No. 828
Very fine, Parisian, Neoclassical period, drop-leaf banquet table

In solid Cuban mahogany. Six tapered, fluted legs ending in original casters. With original extension mechanism and four later, matching finish, 20" wide, mahogany leaves. Circa 1780.

30" high by 68" diameter (148" long, fully extended)
Very fine, Spanish, Neoclassical, flame mahogany and parcel-gilt coiffeuse
Item No. 824
Very fine, Spanish, Neoclassical, flame mahogany and parcel-gilt coiffeuse

Circa 1820.

Provenance: Collection d' Ariane Dandois.

82" high by 34¾" wide by 20¼" deep
Fine pair of Continental, Louis XV style, red painted and parcel gilded console tables
Item No. 812
Fine pair of Continental, Louis XV style, red painted and parcel gilded console tables

With white-veined, liver-colored marble tops. One of identical pair shown.

53" wide by 35" high by 22" deep
Rare, Northern European, Gothic period refectory table
Item No. 811
Rare, Northern European, Gothic period refectory table

In solid, carved oak. Circa 1525-1550.

100" long by 40" wide by 31" high
Restauration period, extending dining table
Item No. 638
Restauration period, extending dining table

In solid mahogany and flame mahogany veneer with fluted, tapering legs above castors. Early 19th century.

Extends to 22' (264" long - seats 22)
Parisian, Louis XV period table a jeu
Item No. 757
Parisian, Louis XV period table a jeu

In kingwood, ebony, and ivory veneers with cabriole legs terminating in gilt-bronze sabot feet. Opens to reveal a green felt poker surface. Mid-18th century.

closed: 25¼" wide by 22" deep by 28" high - when opened, poker surface is 25¼" wide by 44" deep
French, Louis XV style, bronze mounted tric-trac table
Item No. 775
French, Louis XV style, bronze mounted tric-trac table

In mahogany with mahogany, pearwood, and ebony veneers. Top chess/checkers surface reverses to reveal leather writing surface. Inside reveals inlaid backgammon surface. With drawers at each side to hold gaming pieces. Late 18th or early 19th century.
Italian, Louis XV style, wrought iron console
Item No. 771
Italian, Louis XV style, wrought iron console

With marble top. 19th century.

41½" wide by 16" deep by 38½" high
Renaissance style extending game table ('table a jeu')
Item No. 398
Renaissance style extending game table ("table a jeu")

In solid walnut with casters and multiple inlaid playing surfaces for backgammon, checkers, chess, and a roulette wheel. 19th century from Paris.

31" wide by 26" deep by 30½" high, (93" wide when fully extended)
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table
Item No. 759
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table

In solid mahogany and mahogany veneers with brass trim. Gold-embossed leather writing surface reverses to reveal felt card-playing surface. Inside reveals original ebony and ivory inlaid backgammon board. Tapered, fluted legs ending in brass casters. Two drawers hold matching white and green-tinted ivory playing pieces. Late 18th century.

45" wide by 24" deep by 29" high
Catalan, Baroque period refectory table
Item No. 514
Catalan, Baroque period refectory table

In solid carved walnut with lyre-shaped legs and wrought-iron stretchers. Late 17th or early 18th century.

54" wide by 34" deep by 31" high
Italian, Louis XV period 'cartonnier'
Item No. 614
Italian, Louis XV period "cartonnier"

Crème painted with ebonized accents, having four leather drawers above the writing surface and separated by a display alcove (shown here with Item 316, Greco-Roman, porcelain urn). 18th century.

62" wide by 40" deep by 48" tall
Rare, French, Neoclassical, extension dining table
Item No. 598
Rare, French, Neoclassical, extension dining table

In solid Cuban mahogany, a wood that has been completely deforested. With tapered, fluted legs terminating in casters. Extends with original mechanism to twenty-three feet, seating for thirty people. Late 18th century from Ile de France (region of Paris).

29" high by 53" round with drop leaves up; extends up to 23' (276" wide)
Northern Italian, Rococo period, silver leaf console table
Item No. 587
Northern Italian, Rococo period, silver leaf console table

With ochre color marble top having a green border. Mid-18th century.

53" wide by 27" deep by 37" high
George III style, carved mahogany, tilt-top table
Item No. 572
George III style, carved mahogany, tilt-top table

With circular pie-crust top, shell-carved cabriole legs terminating in carved paw feet. 19th century.

32" tall by 27½" diameter
Flemish, Baroque period refectory table
Item No. 493
Flemish, Baroque period refectory table

In solid oak with draw leaves at both ends. First half of the 17th century.
Spanish refectory table
Item No. 309
Spanish refectory table

Catalan refectory table with characteristic lyre-shaped legs in carved walnut and forged iron stretcher. Late 17th or early 18th century. Extensive provenance available.

68½" wide by 29½" deep by 31" high
17th century, Spanish refectory table
Item No. 307
17th century, Spanish refectory table

Catalan refectory table with characteristic lyre-shaped legs in carved walnut and forged iron stretcher. The land is one solid walnut board.

52" long by 30" wide by 31" high



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