A superb quality table with excellent colour and patina. This well proportioned dining dating from circa 1830 benefits from retaining all its original leaves and its original surface. The mahogany used in construction is of high quality and although not signed it is similar to Gillows quality and design. The maximum amount of diners would be twelve people . It also has its original winder and leaf carrier. Dimensions Extended length 303cm, Width 122cm, Height 73.5cm
A superb farmhouse kitchen table. The main table is constructed in cherry although the bread slide is chestnut. This would suggest that it is French in origin. There has been a small amount of historic woodworm, which we have treated although there was no sign of recent activity. The colour is excellent and the polish is good.A very attractive table.
A good quality Late Victorian mahogany dining table. This table is presented in excellent restored condition but retains some character marks to the tabletop.This table will seat 8-10 people Measurements: Length extended 95" (2414mm) Length close 51,3/4" (1315mm) width 47,1/4" (1200mm) Height 28,1/2" (724mm)
A solid 1880s golden oak dining table and eight chairs.The table was re-polished 20-30 years ago and is an even colour throughout. There are some character marks that don't detract from its beauty. The chairs are in good condition and upholstered in a quality hide: again there is the odd mark, but nothing to detract.
A Victorian Rosewood Shaped Centre Table. The table dates to the mid 19th century. It has a shapely top and beautifully carved (acanthus leaf) legs and turned stretcher. It stands on ceramic castors for ease of movement. A fine example, and a very handsome addition to your home. The table has its original patina and has been cleaned in our workshop.
A Georgian mahogany pembroke table with a pair of drop leaves with flap supports. The table has a pair of drawers fronts to one end with turned mahogany knobs and brass escucheons. The reverse side has a dummy drawer front. The table has turned tapering legs ending with original brass casters. The table has some historic woodworm under the flap supports, and a small depair to a drawer base. (Circa 1830)