A fine American federal period mahogany dining table, New York, circa 1815. The table is in three parts and all three sections have drop leaves. It extends to approx. 150" and it is 42" wide. It can comfortably seat 12, 14-16 if the chairs are smaller and/or you squeeze one in on each corner. The apron covers the ends and part of the middle section. Otherwise it is all open. Nicely reeded and ring turned legs. The top has been refinished and there is some sun bleaching, mostly to one end. Please view all photos. I have shown the contrast between the the most dramatic fading and the original color.
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