Circa 1820, George IV mahogany dining table. The table has three additional leaves, and two large rectangular ends with rounded corners. The solid mahogany top has a simple moulded edge, below is a small simple apron and the table stands on eight tall elegant turned, fluted and tapering legs. The bottom of the legs are turned and stand on brass cup castors. The table has been re-polished and is of a good size.
- 11ft3 long x 5ft wide.