Early 19th Century Regency Period Mahogany Eight Seater Extending Dining Table

Early 19th Century Regency Period Mahogany Eight Seater Extending Dining Table
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Early 19th Century Regency Period Mahogany Eight Seater Extending Dining Table

England
Circa 1805
The mahogany top with rounded ends is well figured and opens to insert an additional mahogany leaf. The oak superstructure below is concealed and stamped with the makers impress mark, 'James Winter & Sons, Wardour Street, London'. The frieze centre plaque is mounted on a ebony moulding and the table base is fitted to the four turned and ebonised pillars. The mahogany pillars stand on a cross stretcher on scrolled reeded knees and down swept legs that terminate on brass cap castors. The extending dining table has had the capacity to accommodate additional leaves but currently is only fitted to accommodate the one single leaf which is original to the table.
H 75.00cm (29.53 inches) W 112.00cm (44.09 inches) D 132.00cm (51.97 inches)
Framed Width 179.00cm (70.47inches)
£9,850.00
Stock No: FCS589
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