Item no. 9068 / Baker Furniture, Thomas Pheasant

Thomas Pheasant for Baker Furniture French Regency Mahogany Extension Dining Table

$8,500.00

An exceptional French Regency or Neoclassical style “Yves” extension dining table

By Thomas Pheasant for Baker Furniture

USA, Early 21st Century

Gorgeous book-matched mahogany, with brass ferrules.

Measures: 85″W x 49″D x 29.5″H. Extends up to 151″W with three 22″ leaves.

Restored with a newly relacquered finish. Excellent condition.

Details
Brand/Designer
Baker Furniture, Thomas Pheasant
Country
USA
Era
Early 21st Century
Material
Brass, Mahogany
Condition
Excellent
Dimensions
Width
151"
Depth
49"
Height
29.5"
Condition Notes
Restored with a newly relacquered finish. Excellent condition. Minimal wear from age and use.

1 in stock



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