7 June 2007
A LATE GEORGE II MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF DINING-TABLE
The oval twin-flap top on club legs and pad feet
28¼ in. (71.5 cm.) high; 55 in. (141 cm.) long; 70 in. (178 cm.) wide, open
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A very similar mahogany drop-leaf dining-table is at Dumfries House, Ayrshire. It was probably supplied by Alexander Peter circa 1759.
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