Crafted of richly figured solid quarter sawn oak about 1900, a round dining table has six leaves and a gracefully shaped pedestal.
The deep restored finish is in excellent condition on this American made antique furniture. When opened, the curved pedestal "splits," revealing a hidden center leg for extra support. Locking the base back together takes some effort.
Six 12" wide leaves fit well and have matching skirts or aprons. Measurements are 54" diameter, 29" tall, legroom is 25" and length with all six leaves in place is 10' 6" overall.
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