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$ 7,600

Early 19th Century American Cherry Extendable Dining Table

Origin United States, Ohio
Period 19th Century
Materials Cherrywood
Dimensions
W. 107 in; H. 28.6 in; D. 44 in;
W. 271.78 cm; H. 72.64 cm; D. 111.76 cm;
Condition Good. Minor losses. One of the leaves was split and has been re-glued, but does not detract from the piece. One has a corner, missing a piece of wood (see photos) but it is clearly historic damage and therefore we would not recommend repair.
Creation Date 1800-20
Description Presenting a stunning early 19th century American cherry extendable dining table.

From circa 1800-1820 and made of solid cherrywood.

The table has 7 removeable leaves and can be used as a side or center table as well as a dining table.

Beautiful natural 200 year old patina.

American made in the Federal style.

Four carved, fluted and turned legs on castors and a central support leg on castor. All original castors.

The construction of this table reveals it’s age. The extending planks are all fitted with wooden pegs. One plank has the following numbering: “1718 & 10)”. The central metal bolt has all the signs of age that one would expect.

NOTE: You can ignore the furniture pad under the central leg support … it is simply that our warehouse floor is extremely uneven!

Dimensions: Fully extended the Table is 107 inches Long, 44 inches Wide and 28.6 inches Tall.

With 4 leaves removed it is 52.75 inches Long, 44 inches Wide and 28.6 inches Tall.
Styles / Movements Federal, Traditional
Incollect Reference Number 418170
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