This is an impressive Victorian mahogany drop leaf gate leg dining/occasional table full of character and appeal. This is the type of table seen in London’s Spitalfields historic houses. The wood of the table has aged beautifully in a dark and rich mahogany colour with lovely patination, making this a very attractive antique piece. The top of the table has a moulded edge with a single drop leaf on each side. The leaves stand open with a single gate leg action.

The table stands firmly on ring turned legs on brass castors.

This eye catching antique table would prove an ideal piece as an occasional or dining table.

Condition report: This fine example of Victorian table dates back to circa 1880 making this an antique item over a 100 years old! The table like most antiques, shows signs of age and use as follows: The table top shows various marks through the polish plus there are fine scratches, light marks and small dents – along the rim of the table, consistent with use and especially age. The leaves of the table retain the original wooden hinges but where the wood has decayed - in at least one place, a metal hinge has been fitted to the leaf. All of the above is mentioned for accuracy and believed to be a testimony of the age and use of this lovely antique piece of furniture. Please review carefully the photographs to see the items listed here.


H: 73 cm (28 ¾ inches), W: 91.5 cm (36 inches), D: 34.5 cm (13.5 inches)

Each leaf measures: D: 47.5 cm (18 ¾ inches)

Full length of the table with the leaves up: 1.29 m (51 inches)

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Victorian (c 1880) Mahogany Drop Leaf Dining Table