Made by Rosando in Australia in the 1960’s, this practical and stylish extension table incorporates two leaves which pull out from each end. A comfortable 4 seater when closed, open it should seat eight. There is a fitted glass top. Measurements are 120 cm by 86 cm by 76 cm high. The two leaves when extended add a further 90 cm bringing the table legth to 210 cm. Now Sold
An antique extension table made from oak in France in the late 1800’s. This is a great dining table option as closed you will own a comfortable six seater. Open the draw leaves without tools by pulling them out at either end, and you create a 12 seat baronial banquet table. While fairly rare in this country it is no surprise that this style of table has been popular in France and Europe generally for over 250 years.
There are signs of wear in the top (varnish losses) which we have photographed.
Closed 170 cm x 90 cm x 76 cm high.
Open 270 cm x 90 cm x 76 cm high.
A draw leaf table made in France in the mid 1900’s. A parquetry top with legs painted grey. The top extends without tools by pulling out a leaf at each end to create a true 10 seater dining area. 2.6 metres overall when open. Similarly it can be pushed in again in seconds when a smaller table is required. Some light scratches in the top which we have attempted to photograph. Otherwise a stylish and useable antique
160 cm x 100 cm x 76 cm high.
Each leaf is 50 cm and opens to 260 centimetres.
An oak extension table made in England around 1930. When closed less than one metre square would seat four. Two leaves pull out (without tools) to make a comfortable six or even eight seater. A lovely warm honey coloured patina.
90 cm x 90 cm x76 cm high.
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An antique table made in France in the late 19th century. With skillfully carved legs and stretchers (please see accompanying photos). Draw leaves pull out from either end when you choose to extend the table.
160 cm x 95 cm x 76 cm high when closed.