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Arts and Crafts? Art Deco? Chinoiserie? What the heck do I call this table? I’ll just call it gorgeous! Made by the Charles P. Limbert Arts and Crafts Furniture Co. in 1906-1915, by the burned-in mark, this Art Deco styled table is a treasure. The carved fretwork pedestal base of this 59 inch diameter round table is a treat for the eyes. It extends another 66 inches for a total of 125 inches by inserting the 6 leaves and dropping down the fold-up legs at either end. Obviously, you can use one to six leaves making this table very versitile. It retains its original 100 year old finish so perfect it is not; however, the patina that the years created is fantastic. It is sturdy but please take a close look at all the photos and contact us if you have any questions. We do have the matching set of 6 chairs and the buffet listed as well. This antique Limbert dining table is one you will pass down through the generations.

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DATE: Circa

Early 20th Century

SKU Limbert Category

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MAKER

STYLE / PERIOD

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DATE: Circa

Early 20th Century

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