Superb and most substantial Victorian wind-out oak dining table by Cookes of Warwick, standing on eight turned and carved legs with concealed large brass castors, the Oak top being extendable with eight loose leaves extending with a wind-out mechanism at either end.
Messrs. Cookes of Warwick, the cabinet makers of this table also produced furniture for the Royal Family and were applauded for the spectacular Sideboard which they made and displayed at the Great Exhibition of 1851 at the Crystal Palace, which is now situated in Warwick Castle and known as the ''Kenilworth Buffet''.
Purchased in the great auction of the contents of Goodrich Court in 1946 and it is likely that this table once stood in that mansion which was demolished in 1947
Maximum: 175cm wide x 75cm high x 644cm long. Minimum without leaves: 175cm wide x 75cm high x 255cm long.
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