19th century English Drop Leaf Table Oak Square Dining Console Sofa Jacobean
19th century English Drop Leaf Table Carved Tiger Oak Square Dining Console Sofa.
Direct from England, (YES, our English container finally arrived, and we have some amazing English antiques, and of course, lots of barley twist)!
This lovely and versatile drop leaf table features traditional British charm throughout, and can transform from a slender 17” width, with leaves down, up to a full 44” x 41.5” tabletop size with both leaves up! Particularly appealing is the hidden leaf supports, which give so much more room underneath, without burdensome gate legs!
Table top also has carved beveled edges with canted corners, and a wide carved band. Legs are thick, English balusters, with heavy stretchers, and pegged construction.
Table ends feature large, scalloped aprons, with the right side having a very long, dovetailed drawer with brass pull.
English tiger oak grain and nice aged patina. Quality throughout, well built by craftsmen of the period, circa1890.
Measurements: 28.5” ht. x 44” x 17” slender, with both leaves down.
Full table size, with both leaves up, 44” x 41.5”.
(With only one leaf up, table is 44” x 29).
NOTE: All of our antiques are direct from Europe. I personally select each item for the quality, design and unique characteristics that you will always find in our distinctive inventory at Geaux Vintage Antiques. …” with all that, why ‘Geaux’ anywhere else?” …
Condition: Good condition for its age, normal signs of age, use, dings, scratches, imperfections. Age wear to the feet; dovetailed drawer missing the back. Included multiple photos should be considered as an integral part of the description.
Shipping: Due to the larger size, this item requires freight service. White glove service, fully insured, FOB Shreveport, delivered and placed inside your home (first floor only). Typically, 5-7 weeks, depending on your location. Free pick-up is also available at our location in Shreveport, LA. Please contact Geaux Vintage Antiques with any questions or for more photos!