You are viewing a gorgeous thirteen foot triple pedestal Regency style dining table with a matching set of 8 Adams style dining chairs. I hope the photos do this stunning set some justice, it really is out of this world. The table seats ten people more than comfortably so this would make for a great piece for large, upscale dinner parties. You can fit more people if you need.
The table extends to various different sizes. You can just use two pedestals if you needed for every day use or smaller gatherings. Thats the great thing about this, it’s flexibility. It’s easy to slot in the different leaves – there are two leaves in total each measuring 18 inches.
The table is in flame mahogany with a satinwood crossbanding to the perimeter of the table giving it that regal look.
The set of chairs consists of 6 side chairs and 2 arm chairs and they are offered in great condition, solid and sturdy, hand crafted from the finest mahogany. They have a proper Regency look true to the Adams aesthetic with the clean design and understated minimalism.
They are very comfortable to sit in with no wobbles to the joints. The seats have been reupolstered with a white fabric and hence are free from any previous owners smells such as pets and smoke. They have been hand crafted from mahogany and we bought these from a dealer in Debenham, Suffolk. They are the ultimate in dining chair and will last you for generations, making them a great investment and heirloom.
It’s a table and chair set fit for a king and queen and we wish you luck with your bidding.
The chair backs are very distinctive with the shield shape and the hand carved designs including the classical urns and swags, a common Adams motif. The chairs are solid and sturdy, no wobbles to the joints and very comfortable to sit in. We have various mahogany dining tables available to match so please email if you are interested in buying a set. We would of course offer a great discount for buying a set. Also check out store. The seats have just been repholstered with a flower print fabric, so these are offered free from any previous owners smells such as smoke and pets. We bought these from a dealer in Sheringham, Norfolk.
Adam was born in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland, the second son of William Adam (1689–1748), a stonemason and architect who was Scotland’s foremost designer of country houses at the time. His younger brother and business partner James Adam was also an architect of some note, as was his older brother John Adam, although both were overshadowed by Robert.
He is considered by many to be the greatest architect of the late 18th century, and a leader of the neo-classical revival in England and Scotland from around 1760 until his death. Sir William Chambers was the leading British official architect of the era, but Adam received many important commissions from private clients and had a more lasting stylistic influence, termed the Adam style.