A walnut Gothic Reform table with double stretcher and turned legs attributed to Alfred Waterhouse, circa 1875.
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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
A Queensland silky oak dining table with fluted column legs on sleigh feet to either end and with stepped and canted edge to the top and... 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
A Heal's walnut dining table with cross-banding construction to the moulded edge top, on moulded edge lattice supports with ebonised stepped moulding detail, exposed through... View full product details