An Arts and Crafts or Mission Oak period round dining table with six leaves dates from about 1905.
This table made of solid quarter sawn oak has vivid natural grain and an excellent deep finish on this American made antique Craftsman furniture.
There is a 6" scratch on the top that is restored but still visible, see photos. Six leaves are 12" wide with skirts or aprons, all fit and match well. When extended, the center pedestal splits, revealing a center leg for extra support.
Size is 54" round and 29" tall with 25 1/2" knee room, with all six leaves are installed, the table opens to 10' 6".
See 30 photos on Harp Gallery website that enlarge to full screen size.