11/09/2018 10:50 PM
LARGE ANTIQUE WALNUT DINING ROOM TABLE
Age. More than 100 years old
Size. 29” high x 72” wide x 52 ¼” deep
Comments. This antique dining room table is full of carved as well as pressed designs and has fancy leg assemblies, stretcher as well as skirt panels. The solid wood top has a nice, deep pressed designs around its edge and this table is heavy for the size. Its original finish has wear, missing sections, shade variations, scratches/scrapes and needs a redo. This table is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has wood wear, small, shallow wood dents, small chips and soiling/stains. There is a thin, wood joint separation line on the top and wear on the leg assemblies as seen in our photo. The top section is not attached to the base for easier transportation. Needs work but when done it will give you probably the fanciest dining room table in the neighborhood, with lots of room for even the largest family. This item is located at our Spruce Street facility in Leominster and are not at the Auction Hall located in Lunenburg. It can be seen on regular business hours on Friday and Saturday or by calling Fred at 978 – 407 – 4452
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