Howe Early Victorian Mahogany Expanding Dining Table By Johnstone & Jeanes
Expandable in two forms, either as a superelliptic table with each quadrant numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and pulling out to form a larger table by the addition of segmental leaves with corresponding numbers, or split at its original diameter and extended telescopically to form a long rectangular table with D-ends, although lacking leaves for this configuration. The solid mahogany top on four corners and one central turned baluster, with carved lotus leaf and berry decoration with lobed bun feet and concealed castors, the central block stamped ‘Johnstone and Jeanes / 67 New Bond St. / London / 48769’, with eight lacquered-brass clips stamped ‘Collinson and Cope’ with internal rail to accommodate clips.
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