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This is a good quality English Dining Table made from hardwood, in the period of George III, during the very early 19th Century, late Georgian, early Regency period. circa 1810. This table will seat 8 people comfortably and an occasional 10 people, depending on the chair arrangement. The table is made of hardwood, possibly red walnut, with all the tops, legs and pedestal being solid hardwood with veneers to the frieze on the end sections. The table has three separate sections; Two D-End Side Tables of the same size; 42 inches x 24.65 inches and One tilt-top centre pedestal table of top size 42 inches x 27.65 inches. It is a very flexible table and can be arranged in a number of ways according to how you prefer to use it at any one time; For example: The two end tables can be used to make two independent D-End Pier Tables. The two ends can be clipped together to form a nearly square dining table. The tilt-top centre pedestal table can be used on its own as a free standing breakfast table. OR finally, the larger dining table can be formed with all the sections clipped together. ( making a table 78 x 42 inches ( 6ft 6 inches x 3ft 6 ins) The two D-ends are rectangular with solid tops having rounded corners and with rounded edges, each having four vertically fluted or reeded legs and tulip feet, with a cross banded freeze formed under the top, on three of the sides. The centre pedestal table has a solid top which tilts on a block, supported on a pedestal base with a solid central hand carved pillar, holding three out swept legs The sections all clip together with four brass clips that locate under the edge of each table section as per the images. The table has a lovely depth of color and patina developed over 200 years of use. For similar large dining tables see the book; British Antique Furniture by John Andrews, published by the Antique Collectors' Club. Overall this is a good English Regency period dining table.


  • Dimensions: 

    Height: 29 in (73.66 cm)Width: 42 in (106.68 cm)Depth: 78 in (198.12 cm)

  • Condition: 

    Some repairs and restorations which is normal for a 200 year old table. The central pedestal under-block has had old repairs / restoration. The tops show various marks, scratches & digs from use with the central top showing most wear. Wear consistent with age and use. Condition consistent with use. Various age related marks to the tops with old scratches, rubs, digs & marks from prior use. That said the polished colour is consistent throughout and the table is very solid and usable.


    English Regency Period Extending Dining Table with centre pedestal, Circa 1810

    SKU: F 443
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