Striking Victorian Mahogany Antique Drop Leaf Table

£875.00

This striking mahogany table dates from around 1900 and has two shaped drop leaves with moulded edges and stunning tulip crossbanding.

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Striking Victorian Mahogany Antique Drop Leaf Table

This striking mahogany table dates from around 1900 and has two shaped drop leaves with moulded edges and stunning tulip crossbanding.  One side has a mahogany lined drawer with decorative brass handles and the opposite side has a faux drawer and it stands on four inlaid tapering legs with brass castors. This striking drop leaf table could comfortably seat four people once extended.  The mahogany has aged to a warm rich shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 70 cm / 27.5 inches

Width: 82 cm / 32 inches

Length: 49 cm / 19 inches  ( closed )

Length: 99cm / 39 inches ( extended )

Ref No: 06947

 

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