an antique edwardian small drop side oval mahogany dining table with drawer it is inlaid and cross banded set on spade feet in a good used condition having usage marks/wear re age to top = 107 cm L open x 54 L no leafs up x80 L one leaf up x 76 w x 74 h
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Dates British Monarch UK Period French Period Style
1649-1660 Commonwealth Cromwellian Louis XIV (1643-1715) Baroque
1660-1685 Charles II Restoration / Stuart
1685-1689 James II Restoration / Stuart
1689-1694 William & Mary William & Mary / Stuart Rococo (1695-1760)
1694-1702 William III William III / Stuart
1702-1714 Anne Queen Anne / Stuart
1714-1727 George I Early Georgian Regence (1715-1723)
1727-1760 George II Early Georgian Louis XV (1723-1774)
1760-1811 George III Late Georgian Louis XVI (1774-1793); Directoire (1993-1799); Empire (1799-1815) Neoclassical (c1755-1805)
1812-1820 George III Regency Restauration (1815-1830) Regency (c1812-1830)
1820-1830 George IV Regency
1830-1837 William IV William IV Louis Philippe (1830-1848); 2nd Republic (1848-1852); 2nd Empire (1852-1870) Arts & Crafts (1880-1900)
1837-1901 Victoria Victorian
1901-1910 Edward VII Edwardian Art Nouveau (c1900-1920)
1920-1930 Art Deco (1920?1930)
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