SOLD ITEM 7277 - American Chippendale mahogany dining table c1780

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RARE American Colonial Chippendale mahogany three part dining table circa 1780, made of solid rare flame plum pudding mahogany. Banded skirt inlay and demilune ends. This is the best early period American Chippendale dining table we have ever offered. The plum pudding grain of the mahogany is stunning. Fluted legs, two D ends, and a drop leaf center. Completely extended, this table measures 116 and one half inches long, 50 inches wide, and 28 inches high. The center table measures 22" long; the 2 drop leaves each measure 23 and one half inches long. This table is completely versatile. The center section can be used alone; the D ends can be used are servers; one or both D ends can be attached to the center table. Fully extended, the table easily seats 10 to 12 people. Excellent original condition. Surface meticulously hand rubbed and restored. Each of the D ends and the leaves of the drop leaf table are made from a single wide boards.
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