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Round end table in antique mahogany, with finely carved detailing, decorative brass on the apron and brass caps to the feet.
Antique mahogany coffee table with curved top and gilt carved detailling added to apron.
Elegant rectangular end table, veneered in Black Eucalyptus and gilded in silver-leaf, set above a distinctively designed base with stainless steel detailing.
Grey Italian layer nesting tables with a polished stainless steel base.
Unusual and decorative coffee table inspired by English Regency models the circular top with fine feather inlays set above an ebonised detailed carved double four pangolin style base with brass detailing.
Round side table in Tropical walnut crotch with glass top set above brass legs and an openwork base.
This 19th century fruitwood table was owned by my cousin. She used it to serve the most delicious lunches from, in her dining room in the county of Wiltshire. Named Marquette as the room had a rather French feel, it was a bit like tripping over Paris in the country and I still have great feelings of joy when I look at this interpretation of a favourite piece. Marble topped for practicality makes Marquette ideal for everyday purposes.
The marvelllous thing about Rosie was always her wonderful legs! Our Rosie's tables are a blend between mid century and contemporary, beautifully made in walnut picked out in ebony with nickel screws and caps. The oval cocktail table is one of those deceiving pieces in that it is totally practical, having no sharp edges, and its overall appearance is perfect in front of a sofa. On the other hand the Rosie's end table with its three tiers is the perfect piece on which to place a lamp and all ones books underneath, reserving the Rosie's minature as an occasional piece on which to leave a delicious glass of wine.
The Charlotte Sofa - so elegant with carved lions foot and leg, cannot be better positioned than in a fabulous stone or parquet floored hall. Charlotte is not a bench, she is definitely a settee and with her elegant proportions and beautiful craftsmanship, she really cannot be ignored.