Continental Renaissance-Style Oak Round Extension Dining Table
fourth quarter 19th century, the top with a molded and carved edge, the apron with applied grape and leaf carving, the base with spiral-turned supports and applied grape- and leaf-carved details, accompanied by six 12" leaves.
h. 30", dia. 54", ext. l. 126"
**In overall good condition. The top exhibits evidence of past refinishing, and now has some scattered scratches and abrasions. It exhibits some slight separation along the seam where some of the boards are laminated together, along with some rubbing/lifting of the finish at those lines.
The closed table is very solid and sturdy. The extended table with three leaves inserted is very solid and sturdy. Small discs have been added at the bottom of the feet, elevating it to the functional height. There is a shallow flake to one of the discs added to a foot, about 5/8" x 3/4". It is not presently fitted with casters. One center foot is detached but present.
The carvings and edges exhibit a few of the customary flakes/chips at their perimeter edges, but no significant losses noted.
Normal minor rounding/wear to the corners of the leaves. The edges of the leaves exhibit some scrubs and dents.