Circa 1860, mid Victorian mahogany dining table with 2 original leaves. The table is rectangular with a slight “D” end shape. The solid mahogany top has wonderful figured timber. There is a rounded edge and beneath the top there is a further moulding which has been added to the underside. When the table is closed there is a stylish apron at the side and at the ends. The legs are carved, fluted and tapering. At the top of each of the legs there is a carved acanthus leaf, over the tapering leg which is reeded and tapers down to a bulbous section. Beneath this there is further tapering and a large brass bezel and brass castor. The table is excellent colour and condition. Would seat 8 comfortably or 10 at a squeeze.
- 72cm high x 157cm long closed (leaves 41cm and 42cm) x 122cm wide.