Black Century Furniture Chin Hua Style Dining Table Round to Oval Hollywood Regency

$1,995

SKU 414-TBL-047A Category

Wonderful Hollywood Regency Chin Hua style dining table attributed to Century Furniture. In a black semi-distressed finish and goes from round to oval. Circa 1960.

Table:

  • Height – 30.25 Inches
  • Width w/o Leaves – 62.5 Inches
  • Width with Leaves – w/1-78.5 Inches w/2-95.5 Inches
  • Depth – 42 Inches
  • Weight – 140 Pounds w/leaves

 

Crated Size:

  • Height – 15 Inches
  • Width – 68 Inches
  • Depth – 48 Inches
  • Weight – 260 Pounds

 

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MAKER

LINE/COLLECTION

Chin Hua

STYLE / PERIOD

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CIRCA

1960s

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Description

Gorgeous Chin Hua style dining table! It has a beautiful black semi-distressed original finish and is just the right size for a smaller dining room or eating area. This great Hollywood Regency style table starts round with no leaves and turns into a small oval with one leaf and a large oval with the addition of it’s second leaf and will seat from four to eight. I love the natural aging and patina of the black matt finish, the Ming style hoof foot, and the interesting Asian style carving on the apron. A great table for any style decor whether it’s elegant, modern or primitive!

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MAKER

LINE/COLLECTION

Chin Hua

STYLE / PERIOD

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CIRCA

1960s