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Circa 1820s, high grade figured mahogany tops, center pedestal and both D ends are tilt tops, the whole with reeded edge, each pedestal consisting of a hexagonal standard with molded lower cuff, the center raised on quadruped base and D ends raised on tripod bases, all with acanthus carved knees and reeded downswept legs, on brass casters, with two leaves.
28.75 x 49 x 100.5 in. (each demilune 29.5 in., center 41.5 in.); Leaves 20.25 and 23.5 in.; LOA with leaves 144.25 in. From the Estate of the late Mary L. Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
One D end with break and repair to one leg at standard joint; the center with two legs with breaks and repairs below knee; all with wear and loss to reeding by ankles.
$2,000 - 4,000