This extending dining table is inspired by a predecessor by Robert Jupe, circa 1830. Robert Jupe’s tables functioned on a revolving mechanism which required leaves to be stored separately from the table itself. Our new mechanism allows those leaves to be ingeniously self-stored. The table can be easily expanded and
An antiqued wood circular extending dining table, the circular top of parquetry panels with six pull-out sections revealing self-storing fold-out leaves, above four baluster turned supports, on a crossover scroll foot base.