A 1910 era round oak dining table has six 12" wide leaves and a pedestal base with carved paw feet. The warm restored finish on quarter sawn oak is in excellent condition on this American made antique furniture. To extend, the pedestal "splits," revealing a hidden center leg for extra support. All six leaves have matching skirts or aprons and fit and match very well. Dimensions are 48" round when closed, 30" tall with 25" under the apron for comfortable leg room. With all six leaves inserted together it extends to 10' long.
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