AN 18TH IRISH CENTURY SIDE TABLE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MOORE
An 18th century Irish demi lune sycamore and satinwood inlayed side table,
The top with a central satinwood fan, with green bellflowers and sycamore segments,
leading to a satinwood band with inlayed green bellflowers and a tulipwood cross-banded edge,
above a satinwood fluted frieze, resting on four square tapered inlayed legs.
Attributed to William Moore.
Irish, Dublin circa 1790
Width: 63 inches, 160cm
Depth: 23 inches, 58.5cm
Height: 33.5 inches, 86cm
A GEORGE III CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY CARD TABLE
A George III Chippendale Period Mahogany Card Table
The well figured serpentine top with a moulded edge,
above a veneered frieze, with carved mounts a central satinwood sun burst,
resting on square tapered fluted legs with block feet.
English, Circa 1770
Width: 39inches, 98cm
Depth: 19inches, 48cm
Height: 31.5inches , 80cm
AN IRISH GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLE
A Slim Irish George IV Rosewood sofa table
The rectangular top with choice rosewood veneer,
crossbanded with satinwood, resting on layer ends with brass mounts,
and Lions paw feet, retaining great original colour and patina.
Irish, circa 1820
Width: leaves upp 5ft, 153cm, leaves down 42inches, 106cm
Depth: 23inches, 59cm
Height: 28inches, 71cm
A 19TH CENTURY BLACK FOREST BEAR STICK STAND
A Good carved 19th Black forest Bear stick stand.
Germany, Circa 1880
Height: 33inches, 84cm
Width: 13inches, 32cm
Depth: 17inches, 43cm
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY THREE PILLAR DINING TABLE
A Fine George IV Mahogany Three Pillar Dining Table
The rectangular top with a mould edge,
made from exceptional quilted mahogany veneer,
resting on turned four shoot off reeded pillars,
with original brass toed castors.
The two additional leaves are early period replacements.
English, Circa, 1820
Length with leaves: 179inches without leaves: 116inches
Width: 60 inches
A GEORGE IV BURR OAK CENTER TABLE
A Fine George IV Burr Oak and Brass inlayed centre table
The circular top with a brass inlaid border, above a carved
gadrooned edge, resting on a plate-form base, with
four brass inlayed panels and scallop carved feet.
Attributed George Bullock.
English: Circa 1815
Width: 55.5 inches, 141cm
Height: 29.5 inches, 74cm
Footnote: Among George Bullocks most famous commissions was a suite of furniture ordered by the British government for Emperor Napoleon when he was exiled to St Helena.