SOLD! for $7,820.00.
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A Walnut Victorian Renaissance Revival extending Dining Table and Set of 14 Dining Chairs. Table with two baluster turned center supports and four cabriole legs ending in scrolled feet, with shield and button carving on knees, all legs on wooden casters, with a cased set of 8 leaves (15 3/4" each). Table marked 330 and in excellent condition. 29 1/2" H x 53 1/2" W x 66" D without leaves. Together with a set of 14 Walnut Victorian Renaissance Revival Dining Chairs, 12 side chairs & 2 armchairs, with open flared back and acanthus leaf carved decoration, upholstered seat on carved apron with turned legs ending in bun feet. Good condition with some minor splits at seams and one repaired carved top rail. Side chairs: 37 1/2" H x 22" W x 20 1/2" D; Armchairs: 47 3/8" H x 25" W x 23" D. American, late 19th century. Family history indicates the table and chairs were made in Philadelphia. This table and set of chairs were originally purchased by C. J. McClung, one of Knoxville's "merchant princes," for his house on Main Avenue which is now the site of The First Baptist Church. Provenance: Fleury estate of Knoxville, Tennessee.