An Arts and Crafts or Mission Oak round dining table from the very early 1900's has six leaves with matching skirts or aprons.
The restored finish is in excellent condition on solid quarter sawn oak with bold natural grain. When extended, the pedestal "splits" to reveal a hidden center leg for extra support. Leaves are 12" wide and fit very well on this American made antique Craftsman furniture.
Dimensions are 30 1/2" tall, 27" legroom, 54" diameter, and with all six leaves in place, length is 10' 6" overall.
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