Biedermeier Round Dining Table, Germany, circa 1830


45 1/2" round x 30" high Opens to 14' This handsome North German Biedermeier extension dining table in ash with ebonized details and bulbous turned legs is from the Schleswig-Holstein region, north of Hamburg, a region that used to be part of Denmark. Closed the table measures 45 1/2" in diameter, and can open to a 14' length. The leaves in most European tables were traditionally made out of a secondary wood and hidden from view with a tablecloth, if needed, we could offer to make them out of ash & match the color and finish, for an additional cost. As it stands, the table has no leaves. Northern Germany, circa 1830. Makes a striking center table, games table, breakfast or long dining table. Details OF THE PERIOD Biedermeier PLACE OF ORIGIN Germany DATE OF MANUFACTURE 1830 PERIOD Early 19th Century MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Polished Ash, Ebonized CONDITION Good. Table is over 180 years old. If leaves were needed, we could fabricate them in our workshop out of ash, and match the color & finish. If used as a round table, the center leg can be removed.. WEAR Wear consistent with age and use

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