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A Grand Federal/Hepplewhite Inlaid Mahogany 3-part Dining Table, probably Mid-Atlantic States, 1800-1820

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This banquet table is a celebration of magnificent solid strikingly vibrant and ribboned mahogany wood, all supported on strongly tapered legs with traditional bellflower and satinwood inlaid ovals (see close-ups).   As you will note, the work is finely executed with line inlay decorating the apron and running up and down each leg.

Often, the end sections (D-ends) can be combined to a smaller table with the middle section and its drop leaves utilized as an additional side table.   Nevertheless, fully opened, it is a magnificent and elegant banquet table of the Hepplewhite form.

There are no breaks or alterations to this table, and it has been newly french polished.


Center Table - Height: 29 1/2 in.  Width: 54 in.  Length: 23 1/2 in. - 68 in.
Full overall Length: 121 in. (10 ft, 1 in.)
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