This solid walnut dining table is from the Renaissance Revival Victorian period. The square top with rounded corners has a molded edge. Notice the highly figured burled walnut trim along the skirt. The table has 4 original leaves, each measuring 15.25” wide. When all the leaves are in place, the 54” top measures 117” which almost 10’. The table will expand further, up to 15’ long. Additional leaves can be made or use plywood boards and cover with a tablecloth curing those few family gatherings. The base is made of 3 separate pieces. As the top expands, the base separates to provide the necessary support. Inside the central base is a hidden leg which provides additional support in the middle. The table is extremely sturdy with and without leaves. Notice the burled walnut trim and panels on the four legs and the boldly carved rosettes. The table currently rest on pivoting glides which can be replace with larger wooden casters to raise the top a little higher, if preferred. The table finish is in excellent condition having a rich, warm color. 29.5"h X 54"-180"w X 54"d, Condition: Excellent, Circa: 1870's.