Of Unusually Generous Proportions
Raised on an Elegant Eight Leg Base
Seats Ten Comfortably When Open
Well Patinated Oak
English West Country c. 1790
29.75” high x 80.5” wide x 51.5” deep
Probably unique, this well drawn dining table benefits from exceptional and practical proportions, measuring over four feet in width with both leaves raised. Each leaf is supported on two elegantly fashioned slender cabriole legs, which are conveniently situated for diners. The table is made from a lovely nutty coloured solid oak with excellent original surface. Genuine antique dining tables of this width are very scarce and this example offers the options to fold one or two leaves down when not entertaining. This is a rare and exciting Georgian table to have discovered.