A Swedish oval Neoclassical style painted extension dining room table from the late 19th century with three leaves, fluted legs and carved rosettes. Created in Sweden during the last quarter of the 19th century, this long dining room table features an oval top, comprising of three removable leaves each measuring 19.75 inches of width, that extend the table to great proportions. This simple top with waterleaves carved edges sits above an apron presenting a perfect continuity on the leaves. The table is raised on six cylindrical fluted legs with arrow feet. Carved rosettes adorn the knees. Once the leaves are fully removed, the table turns into an elegant round center table. The ensemble is painted in a soft color typical of the Swedish taste for light palettes aiming at brightening the homes during the long, dark winters of Scandinavia. With its great versatility and clean lines, this Swedish Neoclassical style oval dining room table circa 1880 will bring a graceful presence to any dining room.
Place of Origin: Sweden
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 106.25"W x 47.25"D x 30.25"H - Leaves 19.75 Wide Each
Inventory Number: XX86