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10/18/2020 05:06 PM
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EARLY 19TH CENTURY TILT-TOP TABLE

Age. Early 19th century
Composition. See below
Size. 41” high, 25 ¼" wide, 20” deep upright, 26 ½” high when top is lowered
Rating: 7
Comments. This circa 1800s tilt top table features double arched legs with somewhat” snake” feet and a turned center post. The 25 ¼” round table top has a slightly raised edge, a hinged side and is held in place with what appears to be the original brass latching assembly when lowered flat. The woods finish has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some wood wear, small, shallow wood dents and soiling/stains. The top has a glue repair, the base appears to have a pair of screws added a long time ago which are covered with filler and the legs have nailed metal strips underneath that are attached to the center post all with square head nails. Need some work but when done you’ll have a classy, antique tilt top table for your home.

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