A Swiss wooden draw-leaf extension table with inset slate top, single side drawer and turned base from the early 19th century. This extension table was born in Switzerland in the early years of the 19th century. The rectangular top is adorned with an inset slate top and comprises two wooden draw leaves. The apron is decorated with a simple molding and side drawer with wooden pull. The table is raised on an exquisite base, made of splayed turned legs, connected to one another with a plain side stretcher as well as carved panels on two sides while a flat support decorates each of the remaining sides. The exquisite silhouette, combined with a great patina will make this versatile Swiss table circa 1820 an excellent dining table or center table. Closed, the table is 46 inches wide while fully extended it is 76.75 inches wide.
Place of Origin: Switzerland
Period: 19th Centrury
Dimensions: 46"W x 34 1/2" x 29 1/2"H - 76 3/4"W (Open)
Inventory Number: JJ98