A beautiful ca. 1810-1820 mahogany drop leaf breakfast table.
It is of solid mahogany with no veneers.
The top is of single board construction as are the leaves. The edges are reeded. Each leaf has two carved supports and three iron hinges.
The skirt boards are dovetailed. The turned column is supported by reeded legs sitting on brass paw feet with brass casters. The bottom of the legs and column are strapped with steel and fastened with screws.
The drawer has a craved out bottom for grasp. It never had a pull. It has hand cut dovetail joinery with a chamfered bottom. It has cock beading on the front and the secondary wood is oak.
Top: 24” x 42” with leaves down, 47-1/2” x 42” with leaves opened
Height: 30” tall
Drawer Front: 18-3/4” x 4-1/2”
Condition: The drawer front is missing the cock beading on one side and 1” on the opposite side as you may be able to see in the picture below. Other than that it is stunning! It is all original including the finish
19th C. Federal Period Mahogany Breakfast Table
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