A fantastic antique Victorian dining table complete with 8 chairs. There is no mistaking the style and sophisticated design of this exquisite English antique Victorian solid mahogany extending dining table, circa 1860 in date, and set of 8 chairs. This stunning dining / conference table will stand out in your living or conference room and will definitely become a key piece in your furnishing collection. This amazing table has two original leaves and can comfortably seat eight people in comfort, and ten at a pinch. This striking table has been hand-crafted from solid mahogany which has a beautiful grain and has been faded to a beautiful golden colour by the sun, which ican be seen in the photographs. The two leaves are 53cms each and can be added accordingly to suit the occasion by a special winding mechanism. When completely wound in, the table is reduced into a 158 cm in length dining table. The leaves can be easily removed and stored away. The table sits on its original brass and brown porcelain castors which makes it easy to move when required. Whatever the function of this gorgeous table, it will make a profound impression on your dinner guests or clients and will receive the maximum amount of attention wherever it is placed. The set of eight chairs are hand carved mahogany with burr walnut. to match the blonde colour of the table. They have been reupholstered in cream damask and comprise 6 chairs and a pair of armchairs. Measurements Height: 76 cm Width: 138 cm Length: 264 cm fully extended and 158 cm when closed.
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