From the Arts & Crafts or Mission Oak period around 1900, a round dining table has six leaves with matching skirts or aprons.
The top is solid quarter sawn oak, the base has restored losses, see photos. The restored deep finish is in excellent condition on this antique American made Craftsman furniture.
When extended, there is a center leg for extra support. A fragmentary label reads "Chicago." Slides and mounting blocks are rebuilt for smooth operation.
Dimensions are 48" diameter, 29" tall, legroom is 25," with all six 12" wide leaves in place length is 10' overall.
See 30 photos on Harp Gallery website that enlarge to full screen size.