A round 1910 era dining table from the Arts and Crafts or Mission Oak period has six almost 12" wide leaves with matching skirts or aprons. The substantial pedestal "splits" to open and conceals a center leg for extra support.
The restored deep finish is in excellent condition on this antique American made furniture. Slides operate smoothly, leaves fit and match very well. There are minor gaps and losses between some of the leaves, see photos.
Measurements are 48" across, 29 1/2" tall, legroom is 25 1/2" and with all six leaves in place, length is 119" overall.
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