5 legged drop leaf table with 4 inserts that can be stored in their own rack/case when not in the table. When no leaves are in, the tables is a small oval measuring 53in x 42 1/2in. It has original wheels on 4 of 5 legs.
My grandparents had this table since the 1930s, and I remember it still in use in the 1970s. I was told it belonged to my great grandfather first, but this is not confirmed. It had been in storage for 20 or so years before I acquired it and I have been using it for the past 20 years. It is in generally good condition.
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I'm guessing that this is standard height (about 28-30 inches); if you'd like me to include that in the appraisal, which is customary, please let me know, as well as any additional information on how wide the leaves are and what the table extends to with all leaves inserted.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A Late Federal style mahogany or walnut extending dining table
late 19th or early 20th Century
With D-shaped ends raised on four turned cylindrical legs with a fifth turned cylindrical support leg; with four 12-inch leaves.
29 inches high, 53 inches long (without leaves), 101 inches long fully extended, by 42-1/2 inches deep
CONDITION: wear appears to be commensurate to age and use.
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.
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