A mahogany Empire breakfast table with center column and large leaves, c.1840. This classic drop-leaf table is most serviceable, having only a main central column, which creates seating flexibility. The top and leaves are one board, solid, (unjoined), mahogany. The column above a ring turned serpentine plinth with compressed ball feet are classic features of the late Empire period, which, at this point, is often called Gothic.
Height:&nb sp;28 in. Width: 20 in. - 54 1/4 in. Depth: 41 3/4 in.