Much like the English oak form, the overhang top rests above a gateleg dropleaf top on a base of turned baluster legs. However, the American William and Mary dropleaf form is most often done in maple overall. In this case, originally having a ruddy-brown paint to imitate walnut, almost all is worn from the top with remnants still on the base. Still retaining reasonable height to the feet. Minor repairs. This is a delightful, robust, and sturdy antique for the kitchen or casual room.
H. 27″, w. 37.5″, d.15″. Open 45″. $1385