A late 18th to early 19th century Georgian mahogany twin pillar dining table.
The table has two tripod supports with reeded swept legs terminating in brass claw casters.
The table has been later modified with two leaves and can be used without leaves, with one leaf or with two hand has two rails underneath to be used with both leaves.
The leaves have brass clips to hold them in place.
The table is in good strong condition and can easily seat 10 people when extended. (Circa 1800 & Later)
Height 70.5cm (27.8 inches)
Length 2 Leaves 256.5cm (101 inches)
Length One Leaf 194cm (76.4 inches)
Length No Leaves 130cm (51.2 inches)
Depth 118cm (46.5 inches)