28 November 2002
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY THREE-PEDESTAL DINING-TABLE
The rounded rectangular top with three tilt-top pedestal sections, on ring-turned baluster shafts and downswept reeded legs headed by scrolls, with brass caps and castors, with two associated leaves, lacking clips, with painted inscription to the leaves and pedestal sections 'A3116', repairs to the feet, the pedestal leaves reduced in size, the bearers altered and therefore the top and base possibly associated
30 in. (76 cm.) high; 58 in. (147.5 cm.) deep; 152 in. (386 cm.) long, overall
the leaves: 25¾ in. (65.5 cm.) wide
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