A Swedish drop leaf dining table circa 1840.

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A Swedish drop leaf dining table in original white grey paint. The cross stretcher legs go from corner to corner affording a very sturdy construction. The top paint surface is in very good condition. It folds down to a narrow and very versatile middle piece. Sweden circa 1840
Details
Of the Period
Gustavian
Place of Origin
Sweden
Date of Manufacture
1840
Period
19th Century
Materials and Techniques
Wood
Condition
Excellent
Dimensions
28 in. H x 65 in. W x 49 in. D
71 cm H x 165 cm W x 124 cm D
Dealer Location
New Preston, CT
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU8423929588
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