This 7-piece set begs a lot of questions. Some will remain unknown, but we’ll do our best. First, take a broad, sweeping overview and lets all just agree this dining set is beyond amazing. The attention to detail and solid mahogany construction are unparalleled. To the best of our knowledge, these pieces appears to be American made Neo Gothic / Gothic Revival from the 1960s or 1970s. Oxidized rivets secure a seahorse motif crest dyed and stamped into a thick scroll of leather. The legs are painted with staggered bands of gold and red between natural bands of finish.
Pull open the tabletop to reveal a cleverly stowed-away “butterfly” leaf that hinges out and easily falls into place. Extend the table from a an ample 4-seater to a 6-seat. The legs are painted with staggered bands of gold, black and red between natural bands of finish. Large brass tacks accent the edges of both seats and backs. The seats have been redone in black vinyl, but the backs retain their original embossed decorative seahorse motifs. The legs are painted with staggered bands of gold, black and red between natural bands of finish.
There is a matching petite china cabinet, sold separately.
Excellent overall condition. The solid mahogany chairs have been detailed top to bottom. New vinyl seats. Original leather backs have been conditioned but some imperfections remain.
No press board on these pieces. The majority is solid mahogany and oak with pine on the undersides. Excellent overall condition. The solid mahogany top was refinished by our in-house cabinet shop. All pieces have also been detailed top to bottom. Imperfections on original black leather chair backs.
Dining table: 64″ Wide x 38″ Deep x 29.5″ High
Dining Chairs: 17.75″ Wide x 16.38″ Deep x 36″ High