Expandable Biedermeier Dining Room Table, Cherry Wood, France circa 1900
This Biedermeier / Restoration style dining room table, hailing from France around 1900 (late 19th / early 20th century), showcases the timeless beauty of cherry wood. Its oval top, crafted from rich cherry wood, exudes warmth and sophistication. The table stands on conical square tapered legs also made from cherry wood, with elegant ebony band inlays that add a touch of contrast and refinement. Brass ornaments adorn the table. The table’s functionality is equally impressive, with a pull-out mechanism made from sturdy oak wood.
This expandable table features three extension leaves in cherry veneer, allowing for four different lengths. When fully extended with all three leaves, it can comfortably accommodate up to 12 people. After undergoing a meticulous restoration process, this antique table has been hand-polished with shellac, preserving its beauty and ensuring it’s ready to grace your dining room with both style and function.
Details for Table
Metric: H 76.5 cm x D 109 cm x L 135 / 183 / 231 / 279 cm
Imperial: H 2’ 6“ x D 3’ 7“ x L 4’ 5“ / 6’ / 7’ 7“ / 9’ 2.8“