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Antique 19th Century Figural French Renaissance Revival / Elizbethan style Dining or Library Table. A rectangular form made from oak with a quartersawn top. Features a thick gadrooned apron with ""S"" scrolls, gothic arches, drop finials and carved lions heads along each corner. The table is supported by hand turned robust baluster supports leading to an ornate carved base featuring Delphin (Dolphin) feet. Includes original draw leaf style extensions and make shift table leaves. Circa 1880s
Delphin, a Latin word and root meaning ""dolphin"" (also delphinus) Delphin was a Greek sea god, the leader of the dolphins, Poseidon placed him in the sky as the constellation Delphinus. Delphin accents were very popular in 18th / 19th century furnishing and still remain prominent today.
Good Antique Condition; slight bowing to top. Missing original leaves. Some chips to the edge of one of the extensions where it wraps around table edge. A few surface splits from age.
34.5" x 50" x 30"h, leaves 24" (2) and 7" (2)