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Drop Leaf Table, American, c.1800-1825.

A striking example of quality from the American Federal Period. This solid mahogany drop leaf table has the fine detail of the Boston cabinetmakers John and Thomas Seymour. The table has six legs, two of which swing out to support the leaves. Each of the finely turned and carved legs terminates in a solid brass socket and caster. Notice the attention to detail exemplified in the superior carving of the fluted legs. 52” x 54” open.
18” x 54” closed.
28.5” tall.

$15,000.00

Drop Leaf Table, American, c.1800-1825.

A striking example of quality from the American Federal Period. This solid mahogany drop leaf table has the fine detail of the Boston cabinetmakers John and Thomas Seymour. The table has six legs, two of which swing out to support the leaves. Each of the finely turned and carved legs terminates in a solid brass socket and caster. Notice the attention to detail exemplified in the superior carving of the fluted legs. 52” x 54” open.
18” x 54” closed.
28.5” tall.

$15,000.00

Drop Leaf Table, American, c.1800-1825.

A striking example of quality from the American Federal Period. This solid mahogany drop leaf table has the fine detail of the Boston cabinetmakers John and Thomas Seymour. The table has six legs, two of which swing out to support the leaves. Each of the finely turned and carved legs terminates in a solid brass socket and caster. Notice the attention to detail exemplified in the superior carving of the fluted legs. 52” x 54” open.
18” x 54” closed.
28.5” tall.

$15,000.00

Drop Leaf Table, American, c.1800-1825.

A striking example of quality from the American Federal Period. This solid mahogany drop leaf table has the fine detail of the Boston cabinetmakers John and Thomas Seymour. The table has six legs, two of which swing out to support the leaves. Each of the finely turned and carved legs terminates in a solid brass socket and caster. Notice the attention to detail exemplified in the superior carving of the fluted legs. 52” x 54” open.
18” x 54” closed.
28.5” tall.

$15,000.00

Drop Leaf Table, American, c.1800-1825.

A striking example of quality from the American Federal Period. This solid mahogany drop leaf table has the fine detail of the Boston cabinetmakers John and Thomas Seymour. The table has six legs, two of which swing out to support the leaves. Each of the finely turned and carved legs terminates in a solid brass socket and caster. Notice the attention to detail exemplified in the superior carving of the fluted legs. 52” x 54” open.
18” x 54” closed.
28.5” tall.

$15,000.00