A walnut Gothic Reform table with double stretcher and turned legs attributed to Alfred Waterhouse, circa 1875.
Illustrated British Architects Designers, The Antique Trader
A Cotswold style oak dining table with chamfered double-column base and scroll foot, pegged and dowelled, circa 1930, 72in (182cm) log, 28in (72.5cm) wide, 30in... View full product details
Gordon Russell A mahogany extending dining table, top veneered in sapele, drop-in leaf, stored on rails beneath when not in use, moulding to apron, tapering... View full product details
Early, bespoke, Gordon Russell An oak Cotswold School dining table with two tops, twin, octagonal faceted column end supports on chamfered, sledge feet, exposed wedged... View full product details
A Heals oak two-tier buffet/serving table with chamfered legs made by Heal & Son, circa 1932, 98cm (38.5in) high, 91cm (36in) wide, 46cm (18in) deep.... View full product details