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The first Cumberland action dining table was reputedly commissioned by Henry Frederick, Duke of Cumberland, the brother of George III. The Duke of Cumberland was a patron of Linnell, one of the finest late Eighteenth Century London cabinet-makers. The Cumberland action is a sophisticated development of the gate-leg table with the legs swinging out to support the leaves without obstructing the legs of the diners.
|Height||28.75 inch||(73.02 cm)|
|Width||124.00 inch||(314.96 cm)|
|Depth||57.00 inch||(144.78 cm)|
Reindeer Antiques Ltd
81 Kensington Church Street
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