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08/19/2018 12:42 AM
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY TILT TOP TABLE
Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. See below
Comments. This circa 1800s tilt top table is made of mahogany and has a turn center post, ornate cast brass latch as well as fancy cut legs with bottom pads. It has a 32 ¾” wide x 31¾ “deep oval top which is 29” high when the top is lowered and 47” high when tilted upwards. The woods finish has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This table is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has wood wear, has some splits, small, shallow wood dents, soiling/stains and there is some shallow dots/grooves in the center as well as one end on the top which appear to be wormholes as seen in our photo. There is a repair on the base which involves a metal plate and screws which is attached to the legs as well as the center shaft. Needs work but this one is worth the effort. When done it will make a nice addition to any antique decor and is large enough when folded down for a quick game of cards or to help entertain your guests.
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