SOLD ITEM 3853 - Nathan Margolis Shop Hepplewhite dining table with inlay

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Nathan Margolis Shop Hepplewhite dining table with inlay, this "Nathan Margolis" table was made in his shop located at 28 high street Hartford,CT in 1937.Signed and dated . This Margolis table was made with exacting detail from perfectly matched solid mahogany boards.The four original leaves with their rack are with the table.The straight tapered legs have bell flower inlay and the stretchers are made from solid ash.This American Hepplewhite style dining table measures 66 inches long with no leaves, 45 inches wide, 30 and one quarter inches high and has 4 12 inch leaves. With the 4 leaves set inside the table it measures 114 and three quarters inches long.The table could hold two more twelve inch leaves for an additional 24 inches in length. Margolis furniture is some of the finest bench made period reproduction furniture ever made. The condition is quite good with the exception of a couple of small ash burn marks in the original finish that could be rubbed out and touched up by a furniture restorer.
 
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