Late George III Regency Period Mahogany 'Imperial' Extending Dining Table

Late George III Regency Period Mahogany 'Imperial' Extending Dining Table
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Late George III Regency Period Mahogany 'Imperial' Extending Dining Table

Attributed to GILLOWS OF LANCASTER & LONDON (worked 1730-1903)
England
Circa 1815
The late George III Regency period antique dining table is, by its own original maker's description, 'imperial' to any other dining table. The five solid original mahogany leaves, which can be added or subtracted from the two dining table ends, all have good figuration and colour. The telescopic superstructure is made in solid mahogany, the dining table extends fully to accommodate sixteen diners. The fine reeded legs stand on the original brass castors.
H 74.00cm (29.13 inches) W 399.28cm (157.20 inches) D 130.00cm (51.18 inches)
Stock No: F1084
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