Other tables of this unusual form include one at Glin Castle, Co. Limerick, illustrated in D. FitzGerald, 'Irish Furniture', The Irish Heritage Series, 1978, no. 16, pl. 24. It has recently been illustrated again in the context of the Irish influence on Virginian furniture (Ronald L. Hurst, 'Irish influences on Cabinetmaking in Virginia's Rappahannock River Basin', American Furniture, 1997, p. 175, fig. 9). Another of the plain style of the Glin table was sold by the Mary C. Belin Trust, Christie's New York, 12 October 1996, lot 46.
A table of this form and with claw-and-ball feet (most of the others have panelled, almost octagonal, feet) and inlaid with distinctively Irish arabesque marquetry on the knees was sold anonymously, Christie's New York, 9 October 1993, lot 319 and another with claw feet was sold from Hackwood Park, Hampshire, Christie's house sale, 16 April 1998, lot 36.