Regency Specialists in the Antiques Trade
circa 1835 - 1845
Fine 19th century William IV period mahogany extending dining table.
A highly figured dining table with three detachable leaves that sit on a mahogany telescopic action superstructure. The superstructure adapts the size of the table and the leaves are made in the solid.
William IV late Regency Period Mahogany Extending Dining Table (11ft 5in long by 5ft wide)
Dimensions of leaves:
77.47cm wide x 2 and 50.16cm wide x 1
The original clips can be stored in a concealed chip drawer and the extending dining table collapses down to the two separate 'D' end supports. The mahogany dining table can informally accommodate up to 16 diners.
The solid leaves are highly figured and are supported and raised on eight ring turned and reeded mahogany legs that terminate on the original gilt brass caps and castors.
Height 73.02cm (28.75 inches)
Width 135.90cm (53.5 inches)
Length 338.32cm (133.2 inches)
Stock No: 11363