19th Century Swedish Extension Table with Three Leaves and Carved Greek Key

A Swedish extension dining table from the 19th century with carved Greek Key frieze, three leaves and cream / off white painted finish. Discover the epitome of elegance and versatility in this stunning Swedish extension dining table from the 19th century, a true testament to timeless design and craftsmanship. The table features a beautifully carved Greek Key frieze on the apron, adding a touch of classical charm and intricate detail to its overall aesthetic. The table’s cream/off-white painted finish, subtly distressed, brings forth an aura of grace and antiquity, allowing it to seamlessly integrate into a variety of interior styles. The distressing highlights the table's rich history, making it a conversation starter and focal point in any dining space. With a practical design, this table can easily transition from a round table, measuring 51" in diameter, to a more elongated form with the addition of its three leaves, each measuring 23.75". This adaptability makes it perfect for accommodating gatherings of various sizes, ensuring you are always ready to host, be it intimate family dinners or larger social gatherings. The apron height stands at 25.25", and the table is elegantly raised on four straight legs, ensuring stability and durability. In a contemporary home, this Swedish extension dining table could serve as the centerpiece of your dining room, bringing a touch of 19th-century elegance and functionality. Whether fully extended or in its round form, the table promises to be a space where memories are made and conversations flow freely.
Place of Origin: Sweden
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 122"W x 51"D x 29.4"H. Closed no leaves: 51" Diameter, Apron Height 25.25" Leaves 23.75"
Inventory Number: YY155
Price: $15,950