Victorian parquetry occasional table, circa 1840, the octagonal top geometrically inlaid with various woods and concentric bands of Tunbridge-type micro-mosaic, within a coromandel-banded border on a chequered tapering hexagonal stem and tricorn platform on bun feet. An octagonal snap-topped occasional table on faceted tapering pillar support terminating in a turned collar on a concave-sided triform base on flattened bun feet. The top is centred with an octagonal panel of sycamore surrounded by a band of geometric micromosaic and a fringe of Vandykes in zebra wood and (?) satinwood; this is enclosed by a band of micro-mosaic in a scrolling Berlin wool pattern. The outer borders consist of a band of satinwood rectangles intersected at the corners by Vandykes of palmwood, with a zebra wood cross banded edge. The hexagonal pillar and triform base appears to be veneered in mahogany satinwood and other woods (including a burr wood) with a checked pattern on the central section of the pillar (above an ebonised collar) and stripes on the base.