American New England Maple Oval Dropleaf Dining Table, ca. 1720s

American New England maple oval dropleaf dining table American New England maple oval dropleaf dining table American New England maple oval dropleaf dining table
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