Circa 1900, George III style twin pillar mahogany dining table, which has made from an earlier Georgian or Victorian dining table. The top has a reeded edge and beneath this is a large solid wood block, and beneath this is a turned column. The column has a small bezel at the bottom, and from this come three large sabre legs with reeded tops and finishing on a large square toe castor with a brass revolving wheel. There is an additional leaf in solid mahogany which is held in place by cast brass clips and also pull out runners. Good colour and excellent condition.
- 73cm high x 112cm wide x 186cm long (leaf 55cm).