This Mahogany dining table is adapted from a card table on display in the Phyfe Room of the Winterthur Museum. The urn-shaped columns are hand carved with acanthus leaves that lead to four sweeping legs, each hand carved with leaves and flutes. Legs like these became popular by Duncan Phyfe in the early 19th century and were copied by other New York cabinetmakers. Solid brass, paw-feet toe caps and casters are standard. Shown here is the Phyfe-Style Dining Table with Satinwood Border. For relaxed, painted finishes, see Phyfe-style 83-016. Four 12” (30 cm) leaves self store in the table.
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