This is a very large and heavy tiger oak rectangular table, with four carved griffin or lion paw legs at each corner, connected to a central pedestal. The pedestal splits into two halves when the three leaves are inserted, revealing a center supporting leg under the leaves. The table is 54 inches square without leaves, and grows to 54 inches wide by 123 inches long with all three leaves inserted. The table top sits at 29.5 inches tall. Because of the central leg, the table is very sturdy even when fully extended. Excellent condition, with a few very minor blemishes on the table top. No identifying marks or labels.
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Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A Renaissance Revival carved tiger oak extending dining table
American, probably New England or Midwest, late 19th Century
The two rectangular tops (that create a square when adjacent) with molded edge raised on four vigorously carved and voluptuous cabriole legs ending in paw feet, centering a medial support pedestal; includes three leaves.
Height 29 1/2 inches. Top closed 54 by 54 inches; top fully extended 54 by 123 inches long.
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