A classic Georgian style dining table from the 1950's has three solid mahogany pedestals and two original leaves.
The top is shimmering mahogany with golden satinwood banding, the restored finish is in excellent condition with only tiny mars at the edges and feet. There are minor warps from age to the top of this American made vintage furniture because the top is solid mahogany, see photos.
Pedestals have cast brass paw feet, brass "forks" connect the sections and leaves. The maker's signature is lost. Three separate sections tilt up and stand as shown.
The three stand alone pedestal sections measure 32" wide, 48" across, 29" tall and length using only two sections is 64" and with three sections 96." Two leaves are 18" wide, so when fully extended length is 11' overall.
See 30 photos on Harp Gallery website that enlarge to full screen size.