Some previous examples we have sold include this Mahogany Antique ‘D’ End Pedestal Dining Table in the Regency Design. It has one central removable leaf, along with reeded edges. Each pedestal has been beautifully turned and has tripod splayed legs finished with brass lion paw castors.
This Twin Pillar Regency Golden Mahogany Dining Table, circa 1810 and could comfortably sit eight when fully extended. It is a lovely mellow golden shade and its beauty is in its simplicity. The antique dining table benefits from the best quality brass clips from ‘Cope and Collinson’
This 19th century twin pedestal antique dining table has two central leaves which may be removed to aid transportation and positioning. It stands, very securely, on two delightfully turned pedestals each having tripod splayed legs finished with quality lion paw brass castors. This is an excellent example of a fine marriage between a Regency and Edwardian piece resulting in a superb quality antique table which is extremely sturdy, good for everyday use, whilst still having that extra “je ne sais quoi” necessary for those special occasions.
This antique Pedestal Table has a beautifully figured rectangular top that tilts on the original mechanism. The attractive pedestal has been turned to fashion a honey spoon design and stands on three splayed legs with small turned feet.