A good late George III c.1810 mahogany dining table, the whole stands on fourteen turned legs with original brass cup castors, 5 original leaves are formed in three sections having a pair of D-end beds and a central twin flap section. We have sympathetically polished the top surface of the table leaving the base virtually untouched apart from a light coat of beeswax, the crisp carved decoration around the whole top of the table, known as egg & dart, gadrooning was in vouge in the earlier Georgian period being found on fine quality furniture, so in my opinion this would have been a specific request from the customer at the time of placing the order.
114 in. length, 28¾ in. high, 47 in. wide