Hepplewhite-Style Two-Part Banquet Table with Inlay
American, late 19th-early 20th century. A Hepplewhite-style two-part banquet table in mahogany with dark and lightwood inlays, each end having a demi-lune top with double, string-inlaid edges and a rectangular drop leaf supported by a swing leg, above a conforming apron with a band of barber pole inlay along the lower edge, all rising on square, tapered legs with inlaid borders. Lot is accompanied by a spacer for connecting the two demi-lune ends without raising the drop leaves as well as one extension leaf; each end ht. 30.25, wd. 47.75, dp. 24.75 in. (leaf down).
Minor surface wear and imperfections as would be expected with age and use, including some scattered, tiny nicks to legs. One demi-lune end with a very slight separation where the apron meets one of the outside legs.