1830's EMPIRE BREAKFAST / PARLOR TABLE WITH SOLID FIGURED MAHOGANY TOP AND OGEE LEGS
With our compliments we are pleased to offer you this exceptional 1830's Empire breakfast/parlor table with a rare solid figured mahogany one board top and leaves. The table has a crotched mahogany, veneered, tapered pedestal flowing into thick Ogee molding, a finely formed base with Ogee Elephant feet with its original caster wheels. Each end of the table has serpentine crotched mahogany aprons and the table's top has a warm rich patina in its completely original finish and surface. We encountered this exact fashion of Empire table before in Western Massachusetts. Like those other specimens this one comes from The Canal Shops on the Connecticut River in South Hadley, Massachusetts. The table is 50" long with its leaves locked up, 21 1/2" with the leaves down, 42" wide and 28 1/2" tall.