This is a lovely 19th C mahogany small extendable dining table with additional leaf, dating around 1860. The table all in mahogany has a unique appeal seating and extends by means of pulling either extremes of the table and inserting the additional leaf. There are four round brass fasteners to secure the leaf to the table. Once extended the table can seat six people comfortably. The wood of the table has aged in a mature honey colour. The table stands on reeded turned legs terminating on brass castors.
The table is in very good antique condition and ready to grace your home.
Condition report: The table is in very good antique condition with hardly any knocks or dents.
H: 72 cm (28 1/2 inches); W and D: 102 cm (40 1/4 inches)
Leaf: 44 cm (17 1/4 inches); with leaf the length is: 146 cm (57 ½ inches)
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