Antique dining table
Antique dining table
Antique dining table
Antique dining table

Antique dining table

c. 1845 England

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A large Victorian, 1840 -1850 mahogany extending dining table with extra leaves.
When full extended this table would seat 10/12; Excellent value at 3,200. NO DISCOUNT
Eden Hall, the country house of the Cubitt family
Thomas Cubitt (25 February 1788 – 20 December 1855), born Buxton, Norfolk, was the leading master builder in London in the second quarter of the 19th century, and also carried out several projects in other parts of England.Cubitt's first major building was the London Institution in Finsbury Circus, built in 1815.After this he worked primarily on speculative housing at Camden Town, Islington, and especially at Highbury Park, Stoke Newington (now part of Hackney).
His development of areas of Bloomsbury, including Gordon Square and Tavistock Square, began in 1820, for a group of landowners including the Duke of Bedford.
House built by Cubitt at 49 Belgrave Square, London
He was commissioned in 1824 by Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster, to create a great swathe of building in Belgravia centred on Belgrave Square and Pimlico, in what was to become his greatest achievement in London.Notable amongst this development are the north and west sides of Eaton Square, which exemplify Cubitt's style of building and design. Cubitt was also responsible for the east front of Buckingham Palace.He also built and personally funded nearly a kilometre of the Thames Embankment. He was employed in the large development of Kemp Town in Brighton, and Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, completed in 1851.Cubitt's public works included the provision of public parks, including being an organiser of the Battersea Park Scheme. In 1827 he withdrew from the management of the business he had established at Gray's Inn Road leaving such matters to his brother William Cubitt; the firm of Cubitts still carried out the work of Thomas Cubitt and the change robbed neither of the partners of the credit for their work.
Height 73.50 cm (28.94 inches)
Width 330.00 cm (129.92 inches)
Depth 135.00 cm (53.15 inches)
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