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An impressive early 19th century Regency circular dining table of large scale. The finely figured top with four semi-elliptical additional leaves decorated with foliate ebony marquetry, attached with numbered pull out supports all above a four column base on turned feet joined by a shaped plinth, with further floral carving and motifs.
This unique table has no known comparisons. Circular dining tables became popular at the end of the Regency period as dining became more formal with a greater sense of sociability and theatre. Varying styles of circular table continued to develop through the 19th century, with ever more complex ways of increasing and decreasing scale. This table enhances both the elegance of its full scale with the unusual marquetry and the ability to seat twelve or more persons around it.
(Diameter without leaves: 155cm / 61 in)
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