7 May 2008
A SCOTTISH WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC EXTENDING DINING TABLE
The rounded rectangular top with telescopic action, two D-shaped end stretchers on octagonal turned legs and brass castors stamped 'Copes patent', with eight further leaves and the original leaf case
16 ft. 11 in. (516 cm.) long x 5 ft. 6 in. (168 cm.) wide/extended and including seven leaf insertions and leaf holder (distressed)
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1851 Inventory, Dining Room, 'Set of Telescope Dining Tables, with spare leaves and case for ditto - £10.10.0'
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