Tables

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,  £185,000

AN IRISH TWIN PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

A Large Irish Regency Two Pillar Mahogany Dining Table.

The rectangular figured mahogany top with one extra leaf, resting on turned  twin pillars with four shoot crass toed sabre legs.

By Williams and Gibton 

 

Irish, Dublin,  Circa 1830

Width:  60 inches, 142cm

Length:  122.5 inches, 310cm

Height:  28.5 inches, 72.5cm

Price  €18,500

A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD WRITING TABLE

A George IV Rosewood Writing table 

The rectangular tooled leather top, with a rosewood cross banded edge

And a pierces brass gallery, above two frieze drawer, resting on layer ends,

with brass toed casters.

 

English, Circa 1820

Width: 127cm

Height: 74cm  (knee height 60cm )

Depth: 70cm

 

Price €12,500

A WHITE PAINTED CONSOLE TABLE AFTER WILLIAM KENT

An Impressive Carved Painted Console Tables after the Design by William Kent

The rectangular Breccia marble top above well carved seated dog supports, with a central

female mask above a scallop shell, surrounded by carved acanthus.

 

English, 20th century

Width: 77.5 inches, 197cm

Height:  37.5 inches, 95cm

Depth: 39 inches, 99cm

Price €27,000

 

Footnote: This table is direct copies of a table made for Longford Castle, Salisbury Wiltshire, designed by William Kent

and made by Benjamin Goodson, now in the Victoria and Albert museum, room 54.

A GEORGE IV IRISH MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE

A Monumental George IV Irish Mahogany Serving table.

The beautifully figured inverted breakfront top with bow ends and moulded edge, above a panelled frieze, resting on six turned and fluted acanthus carved legs,

with a three panelled splash back set within acanthus carved scrolls and scallop shells.

Probably made by Williams & Gibton

 

Irish, Dublin Circa 1830

Width:  114.5inches,  291cm

Depth: 32inches,  81cm

Height: 37inches, 93cm

Height to top of Carving,  51.5inches,  131cm

Price €17,500

A GEORGE II IRISH SIDE TABLE

A George II Irish walnut side table. A Rare and untouched George II Irish Walnut Side Table, The rectangular top with a moulded edge, above a shaped frieze, resting on scallop shell cabriole legs, terminating in a faceted foot,

Exception colour and patina.

 

Irish, Circa 1730

Width: 136cm

Height: 76cm

Depth: 64cm

 

Price €23,500