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200 Lexington Ave New York City, NY 10016 United States 646.293.6633
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$ 38,000

A Rare Regency Morgan and Sanders Mahogany Dining Table

Origin England
Period 19th Century
Materials Mahogany
Dimensions
W. 91.5 in; H. 28.5 in; D. 47.5 in;
W. 232.41 cm; H. 72.39 cm; D. 120.65 cm;
Open W. 91.5 in;
Open W. 232.41 cm;
Condition Good.
Creation Date c. 1810
Description This very rare table extends with its two leaves to 92 2/3 inches (748 1/2 ins) and with the leaves removed is a perfect breakfast table with dimension of 54 1/2 ins wide and 47 1/2 ins deep. When removed the leaves may be stored in the compartment beneath the table top.

The trestle base with leaf compartment is an unusual feature and derives from the campaign furniture that Morgan and Sanders was famous for providing to the nobility of England for their forays to the Empire.

The firm of Morgan and Sanders was established in 1850 by Thomas Morgan & Joseph Sanders who had both worked for the cabinet maker Thomas Butler at 13-14 Catherine Street London. They formed their firm in competition to Butler next door at 16 and 17 Catherine Street. Sanders died in 1818 and the firm closed in 1820. A feature of some of their dining tables is the distinctive engraved handle listing the company name and address.

A very desirable and rare piece.
Styles / Movements Regency, Traditional
200 Lex Booth Number 12
Dealer Reference Number 120-103
Incollect Reference Number 309547
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