Antique Pedestal Dining Tables
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Antique Twin Pedestal Dining Table
Early 19th century twin pedestal antique dining table. This table is a great scale with a generous shape to the base. The columns are crisply turned and the legs are a wonderful shape. It is interesting to try to imagine how many cubic inches of the best mahogany available was wasted to create that leg shape.
There are two removable leaves supported by bearers, so either, neither, or both of the leaves can be used.
George III circa 1805 £6800
12 19 06
125cm / 49¼" wide
284cm / 111¾" long
72cm / 28½" high
88cm / 34¾" ends
53cm / 21" each leaf
Antique Dining Table Standing On Three Pedestals
Antique dining table dating from around 1825, this George IV period mahogany antique dining table is supported by three pedestals, each with four splay legs and it has two removable leaves to adjust the length of the table to suit the number of guests. This is a grand scale English country house dining table, it is very well drawn and has a real presence when seen first hand.
English circa 1825 £16500
118cm / 46½" deep
315cm / 124" / 10'4" long
72cm / 28½" high as is
Early 19th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Three Pedestal Dining Table
Early 19th century mahogany antique dining table standing on three pedestals, each with four splay base. This is a large scale table which has faded to a desirable golden brown honey colour. The bases are a well balanced design and are of strong construction and with very long legs. The edge of the top has close reeding typical of this period just before Regency.
The removable leaves are missing, they will be replaced with new ones made from period timber. This means that the final length can be tailored to order. These photographs are an artists impression of how the table will look.
Please ask about restoration and shipping options.
English circa 1810 £38000
01 19 13
333cm / 131" long without leaves
147cm / 58" wide
73cm / 28¾" high
Important 18th Century George III Period Antique Five Pedestal Dining Table
Eighteenth century George III period mahogany antique dining table standing on five pedestals, each with four splay base. This is an exceptionally rare table, the quality of which very rarely comes on the market. The timber has a rich and interesting grain pattern and the top has faded to a desirable golden brown honey colour with lots of character and wonderful patina. The bases are an elegant and generous shape with a long and generous leg which terminates with an interesting caster cap with hairy foot and doric capitol motif. The pedestals are a perfect proportion with precision turned rings and each made from a solid piece of timber. The removable leaves are missing, they will be replaced with new ones made from period timber which ensures a perfect match and means that the final length can be tailored to order. The existing five tops and bases are all original to the table. These photographs are an artists impression of how the table will look when restored to seat twenty. This is a very impressive table of fabulous proportions the quality of which exceeds those we have seen in the most historically important English country houses.
English circa 1790 £98000
146cm / 57½" wide
74cm / 29" high
323cm 127" without leaves
550cm / 18' long approx to order
Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Twin Pedestal Antique Dining Table
Early 19th century mahogany twin pedestal antique dining table. This table has two removable leaves supported by removable bearers. Either leaf can be removed, but not both at the same time. This table is pictured as it came to us and the colour will be improved immensely when it has been re-polished with beeswax. The polishing is included in the price, but bear in mind that it takes time so will affect the delivery date.
English circa 1820 £12500
09 19 12
267cm / 105¼" long
146cm / 57½" deep
72cm / 28½" high
each end 26"
Early 19th Century George III Period Mahogany Twin Pedestal Antique Dining Table
Early 19th century George III period mahogany twin pedestal antique dining table. This table can be made larger with the addition of another leaf. The top can be repolished which will greatly improve the colour. At the moment the varnish is hiding the wonderful grain pattern. Please ask about restoration options.
This table has the early sort of good close reeding on top of the legs and around the edge of the top. The base is very well drawn with a finely turned column and generously elongated four splay legs.
English circa 1810 £9800
117cm / 46" wide
71cm / 28" high
212cm / 83½" long
18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Dining Table
Eighteenth century mahogany antique dining table standing on four pedestals, each with four splay base. This is a wonderful table which has faded to a desirable golden brown honey colour. The bases are strong and a generous shape and the top of each leg and the edge of the top is reeded.
The removable leaves are missing, they will be replaced with new ones made from period timber. This means that the final length can be tailored to order. The first two photographs are an artists impression of how the table will look.
Please ask about restoration and shipping options.
English circa 1790 £38000
04 19 04
51" / 130cm wide
110¾" / 281cm long without leaves
27½" / 70 high
18th Century George III Period Mahogany Four Pedestal Antique Dining Table
18th century George III period mahogany four pedestal antique dining table. This is one of the best tables we have seen, it is a tremendous scale at almost eighteen feet long and very well drawn. It has elegant outstretched four splay legs which are a great shape, having a slight hint of the Regency knee that would come later. The legs fall sharply down before curving to run almost parallel to the floor and they terminate a long way from the pedestal. It has the close reeding on the top of the legs typical of this pre-Regency period. The length of the leg, the shape of the leg and the reeding colaborate to provide a most pleasing and well balanced table base.
The catches are of the swing type which means that they cannot get lost. They are of the highest quality, some are inscribed Farlar & Bullock and others Bullock, Tonks & Bedington, 90 Wardour Street.
This table is "unseen" as it came to us in 2006 from Aynho Park without having been on the open market. It has been in private hands from 2006 until now once again we have the privilege to have custody of this wonderful and important country house dining table.
The top of the table is made of huge sheets of a very fine cut of mahagany which has attained a wonderful colour and patina over the centuries. There are three removable leaves and four premanant tops, any of these can be removed to make the table several sizes smaller. It is also possible to extend the table to make it larger, so please ask for details if a longer table is required.
English circa 1790 £195000
Attributed to Gillow of Lancaster and London
Aynho Park, Oxfordshire.
This table was most probably made for Aynho as part of the improvements carried out to the house by Sir John Soane in the 1790s. There is a lot of very interesting history about the Cartwright family of Aynho Park going back for centuries, please ask for details.
Below the last two photographs are of the table in situ in Aynho Park taken in 2006.
159cm / 63" wide
547cm / 215" long
74cm / 29" high
19th Century George IV Period Mahogany Antique Extending Breakfast Dining Table
19th century George IV period mahogany antique extending breakfast dining table standing on central four splay base. This is an extremely strong and versatile dining table which can be adjusted to seat from four up to a comfortable twelve (or fourteen with either two at each end or one at each end without side plates). The leaves can be stored inside the table itself which is extremely rare for a table of this period and is quite an achievement when the sheer size and weight of the leaves is taken into consideration. The timber used for this table is second to none, it is a dense grained, slow growing mahogany with excellent grain pattern and beautiful parallel lines. The leaves are original thank goodness, as this size of leaf is very hard to find and extremely expensive to replace nowadays. The discrepancy between the colour of the leaves and the table ends will no longer be evident following restoration, so please do not worry about that.
This table represents a remarkable feat of engineering, as it has to be designed specifically to take the weight of the leaves which are unsupported at the ends, but also has to be manufactured to a very high tolerance in order to eradicate the natural movement in the mechanism which a legged table would be able to get away with. I could go on, but in conclusion would like to say that this is a really special table, wonderful timber, a fantastic design and it is really impressive both visually and from a constructional standpoint.
English circa 1830 £16500
11 18 03
60" / 153cm long closed
135¾" / 344cm long max
54" / 137cm wide
28½" / 72cm high
26½" / 67cm
26½" / 67cm
22¼" / 57cm
Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Four Splay Three Pedestal Antique Dining Table
Early 19th century Georgian mahogany three pedestal antique dining table. This is an elegant table made of large sheets of very fine quality solid mahogany. The edge of the top and legs are delicately moulded, the latter ending with interesting gilt brass toe caps and casters. This table has two removable leaves and the tops tilt for ease of movement and storage, especially useful for dinner dances. This is a really good table with a great provenance. It is photographed here as it came in to us prior to restoration. Restoration is included in the price, please enquire about restoration options and shipping times.
English circa 1810 £28000
10 18 06
136" / 345cm long
53½"/ 136cm wide
28" / 72cm high
26½" / 67cm
27" / 69cm each end
29" / 74cm the central table
Sotheby's New York, circa 1988
Charlton Hall 2018, South Carolina collection
This three-pedestal dining table was in the main house at Spendthrift Farm, Lexington, Kentucky. During its heyday, Spendthrift, under the ownership of the legendary Leslie Coombs, was one of America's premier Thoroughbred farms. Coombs was a consummate promoter, and luminaries such as Princess Margaret, Henry Kissinger, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Arden, Louis B. Mayer, President of MGM Studios, among many others, dined at this table.
Three Pedestal Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Table
Early nineteenth century Regency antique mahogany dining table. This is a good scale table with three four splay feet under each crisply turned pillar support. The colour and timber are very good and this is an impressive table of a quality to match the finest dining room. The blocks of this table have been replaced at some point and not by us, which has the benefit of raising the height to a more contemporary level. Restoration is included, so please ask about polishing and waxing options, or anything else for that matter.
English circa 1810 £24500
09 18 06
126½" / 321cm long
54¼" / 138cm deep
29½" / 75cm high
19th Century Mahogany Three Pedestal Antique Dining Table
19th century three pedestal antique dining table with two removable leaves. This is a very finely constructed dining table and it is made from a choice cut of mahogany. This is a very flexible table as the two end tables have the ability to be put together to form a table separate from the centre pedestal. There are casters underneath which can be raised up to provide a higher surface height if required, however there is a twenty four inches knee clearance already which is usually considered plenty. Do contact us for information about restoration and shipping times.
English circa 1835 £16500
03 18 05
70cm / 27½" high
125cm / 49" deep
336cm / 132½" long
19th Century Willliam IV Period Mahogany Three Pedestal Antique Dining Table
19th century William IV period mahogany antique three pedestal dining table. This dining table is made of large sheets of a very fine cut of dense grained mahogany. The grain pattern is very interesting and the whole table has attained a lovely colour and depth of patina over its hundred and eighty years. The three tops are removable and also tilt for easy storage or to move from room to room. There are two small leaves which allow the table to be turned from a dining table into two smaller breakfast tables. With the addition of two extra leaves this table will extend to around eleven and a half feet long and seat twelve to fourteen people. Interestingly this table has inverted dovetail brass clips which were patented by Nettlefolds. Also unusual are the wooden casters. Wood or leather casters were used to avoid damage when moving the table around on floors which were made of marble or other expensive material. This is a really fine table and must be seen to be appreciated. Call or email with any questions.
English circa 1830 £28500
06 17 03
239cm / 94" wide
350cm / 11½ feet w max approx
123cm / 52" deep
72cm / 28½" high
Antique Twin Pedestal Dining Table
Early nineteenth century mahogany twin pillar antique dining table standing on four splay platform base, made of very good cut of timber with excellent grain pattern and with original leaf. This table has a second leaf not shown in these photographs.
English circa 1830 £11,800
71.5" long with one leaf
93" long with two leaves
Three pedestal dining table
Antique Twin Pillar Dining Table
Antique George III revival twin pedestal dining table standing on outstretched three splay bases. This table has no frieze and so there is plenty of room for knees. Judging by the timber and the construction, the pedestals look as if they may be from the 1780 period, the top having been put on perhaps to replace if the original was damaged.
English circa 1900 £5,500
10 14 11
Antique twin pillar dining table
Antique twin pillar dining table. This table is a tremendous scale with very generous splay to the legs and huge reeded columns made of a single piece of mahogany. The top is made of huge sheets of dense grained slow growing Cuban mahogany. The whole table is a wonderfully rich colour, despite having faded to a desirable pale colour.
It can take another one or two leaves to make it longer as necessary.
Irish circa 1820 £12,500
12 14 05
18th century mahogany four pedestal dining table by Gillow
Extremely fine and rare late 18th century mahogany four pedestal dining table by Gillow. English circa 1790. All original, this dining table bears the label or Stair and Andrew who supplied it to the previous owners around 1900.
One of the best we have seen, this table is a very fine example of the late 18th century period, perhaps the finest age for design of antique pedestal dining tables.
It has the elegant downward four splay base and close reeding on the edge and legs that are typical of the pre Regency period.
It has three removable leaves and the tops tilt and are removable in case you need to pack it away for an after dinner dance.
English circa 1790 £175,000
19 feet / 228" / 579cm long
67 3/4" / 172cm wide
28" / 71cm high
32" / 81cm each leaf
33" and 33 1/2" / 84cm / 85cm each end
33 1/2" and 33" / 85 / 84 each centre section
Regency three pillar mahogany antique dining table
Charming Regency three pillar mahogany antique dining table with ebony inlay in the manner of George Bullock, with lovely old colour and patination, the top has faded to a wonderful colour.
English circa 1815 £48,000
09 11 06
57" wide (145cm)
13' 11" / 167" long (424cm)
George III Period Six Pedestal Mahogany Antique Dining Table
Exceptionally large antique six pedestal mahogany antique dining table, it is a wonderful scale, measuring 54 inches wide and 23 feet long, even without the removable leaves. With the five additional leaves this table is almost 30 feet long.
English circa 1800 £150,000
276" without leaves
356" with additional leaves
George III period mahogany Sunderland antique dining table
Lovely quality and unusual George III period mahogany Sunderland antique dining table with rare early concertina "scissors action" mechanism which folds down to a Pembroke table, bearing the name "Baldwin" on the hinges, this table has the original leaves, the whole top made of wonderful fine figured dense grained mahogany with ebony stringing to the base and frieze. All in all a charming and very versatile dining table. English circa 1800 £5,500
Length 71.5" max, 57.5" one leaf, 43.5" without leaves, 23" long folded
Width 48" Height 28.5"
William IV mahogany extending breakfast table
Unusual and versatile William IV mahogany extending breakfast table. This antique dining table is circular when the leaves are removed and either or both of the leaves can be inserted to seat more, while the base remains fixed. The top is 46.5" by 47" wide the mechanism extends to 79.5" English circa 1835 £8,800
George III mahogany three pedestal antique dining table
A most unusual and interesting George III mahogany three pedestal antique dining table which, when the middle pedestal is used on its own, has two small leaves to round off the edges, making it a stand-alone breakfast table, while the two d-ends can be put against a wall, or clipped together to make a twin pedestal dining table.
English circa 1800 £24,500
Maximum length, with all interleaves installed: 121 inches / 10'1" / 307cm
Overall width: 54.5 inches / 139cm
Length with both interleaves removed: 79.5 inches / 202 cm
Dimensions of middle pedestal with two "mini-leaves": 40inches x 54.5 inches / 102cm x 139cm
When two end pedestals only are used: 53.5 x 54.5 inches / 136cm x 139cm
Height: 28.5 inches / 73cm