SOLD! for $360.00.
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Kentucky Sheraton period dining table, comprised of two interlocking banquet ends with drop leaves and canted corners, each end with five reeded legs having ring turned capitals and ending in ball and spike feet. Figured veneer on aprons, possibly mahogany. Each measures 29-5/8"H x 45"W x 19"D with a 19"D leaf; overall table size when put together is 29-5/8"H x 45"W x 76"D. Found in Simpson County, Kentucky. Circa 1825. Provenance: collection of Nathan Harsh. Condition: Dark, original finish with alligatored varnish. Several areas of veneer loss to both aprons at front centers and corners, and a 1-5/8"long missing section to ring turned capital on 1 front leg. Stains, fading and repaired separation to top, scattered abrasions to legs.