Learn about Extension Table

Also known as banquet table or sectional table. A dining table made in such a way that it can be extended or increased in size by the insertion of one or more leaves in the centre section of the table. Georgian dining tables were sometimes made in separate sections, with the two ends (known as `D' ends from their shape) able to be used as free-standing side tables.

When in use as a dining table, the individual leaves were held in place with brass clips, sometimes supported from beneath by extra legs. D-end tables were generally supported by four tapered or turned legs. Some versions were extended by the use of a drop-side table between the two end sections. The pedestal dining table of the period usually had four splay feet with brass claw or bucket castors. Three feet were not usual until the Victorian period. The legs themselves were slender and tapering in a 'gun-barrel' shape, although turned legs became heavier and more ponderous as the century progressed.

There were two major innovations to the extension table during the 19th century. more...

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A Georgian style fold over mahogany table. The table top with cross banding and stringing, simple moulded panels to the skirt and raised on four tapering square legs to spade feet, the rear leg extending to support the flap. Height 78 cm. Width 75.5 cm. De

An Art Nouveau oak dining suite, attributed to Maison Krieger, Paris, c.1900., comprising of dining table with eight side chairs, the table with four narrow leaves extending from a six seater and up to ten, the carving on the tables lower legs 'Leaves and

A mahogany dining extension table in the Regency manner. Mid 20th century, with a single leaf, the oval table with cross banded edges above two knopped and gadroon embellished pedestals to tripod bases with paw feet and brass casters. Height 74 cm. Length

A French walnut 19th century drop centre extension table with parquetry top

Antique oak extension dining table with 2 leaves. Height 75 cm, width 126 cm, length 150-248 cm

William IV English mahogany circular two leaf extension dining table with bird cage & platform base. 71 cm high, 122 cm - 242 cm long, 120 cm wide

A Victorian mahogany turned leg extension dining table, c.1840-1850, with mechanical winding mechanism that extends from 6 to 12 seater, with three leaves. Height 74 cm, top: 210 x 129 cm, Extended: 210 x 315 cm

A Victorian cedar extension dining table. Second half 19th century, with two extension leaves and winder, the square table with rounded ends above a deep skirt with a reeded trim and supported on four waisted baluster reeded legs with foliate carved caps,

An exceptional Victorian mahogany dining table with turned and reeded legs together with three extension leaves

Late Victorian extension table 174 cm long (including 2 extension leaves 70 cm), 104 cm wide, 77 cm high approx

Victorian mahogany extension banquet dining table, with four extensions on fluted baluster form legs and has winder approx 73 cm high, 375 cm long, 167 cm wide

A fine Victorian mahogany extension table, mid 19th century, with four leaves, two large and two small, the round table having a shaped edge and a shallow apron above elegant tapering reeded legs with toupie feet and brass casters; with wind out extension

A mahogany extension table by Geka (Grange), with a lightly distressed finish, the oval framed and panelled top with thumb nail edging above a skirt and tapering square form legs, with diamond panelled capitals and brass capped feet; with stamp for Geka un

A mahogany demi-lune extension table, with Empire styling, having a plain top above a simple skirt with a gilt trim, the waisted and tapering legs having a fluted design and brass feet and casters. Height 74 cm diameter 110 cm

Georgian mahogany extension dining table resting on six faceted and turned legs. 75 cm high, 135 cm long, 107 cm deep.

A George III mahogany D-end extension dining table, circa 1780 Three leaves, 75 cm high, 262 cm wide and 107 cm deep

Victorian mahogany extension table, 235 cm long (including two extension leaves 95 cm), 120 cm wide, 71 cm high approx., winder included

Antique French oak extension table, consisting of a pedestal table whose ends draw out to accommodate three extension leaves, two pair of hinged support legs can be lowered at each end, 237 cm long (including three leaves 125 cm), 128 cm wide, 71 cm high

Regency style twin pedestal extension table, with cross banded top on turned reeded columns, each with 4 splayed legs with brass feet, 249 cm long (with two extension leaves), 172 cm long (with none), 112 cm wide, 75 cm high

Victorian extension table, on turned reeded legs with castors, 233 cm long (including two extension leaves 117 cm), 120 cm wide, 73 cm high

Antique mahogany extension table, on turned legs with castors, 183 cm long (including 1 extension leaf 49 cm ), 122 cm wide, 76 cm high

A 19th century Australian colonial cedar extension banquet table, rectangular form with four extra leaves, on bulbous turned legs. 74 cm high, 300 cm long, 132 cm wide

A Victorian mahogany three leaf extension dining room table supported on baluster fluted legs

A superb Victorian mahogany D end banquet table, with four leaves, supported on five ornately carved legs. 343 cm long, 137 cm wide, 78 cm high

Antique French cherry wood six leg drop side extension table, standing on turned tapering legs (no leaves), approx 74 cm high, 130 cm wide

Large vintage dining table, square tapering leg extension with winder, 3 leaves, approx 76 cm high, 237 cm long (with leaves) x 122 cm wide

A William IV mahogany pedestal extension dining table rounded rectangular, with a pedestal base on reeded cylindrical feet, two leaves, 206 x 72.5 x 105 cm

A Regency mahogany extension dining table rounded rectangular, with a central drop leaf supported at either end by gate legs, raised on fluted supports with brass caps and castors, 129 x 73 x 177 cm

An oak Louis XV style extension table, circa 1925, the rectangular table top having a serpentine profile and parquetry inlay above a shaped apron with shell and foliate carved embellishments and supported on cabriole legs with foliate carved knees terminat

Vintage oak extension dining table & 6 chairs, 121 cm diameter (table) with 2 extension leaves and winder, winding mechanism does not work

Large Edwardian dining table, extension leaves missing, 180 cm long, 131 cm wide & 76 cm high approx.

Chippendale style extension table, and 10 chairs, 284 cm long, including 2 extension leaves (121 cm ), 127 cm wide, 76.5 cm high

Victorian cedar extension table, 222 cm long (with 2 extension leaves), 150 cm long (with none), 127 cm wide, 75 cm high

French oak draw leaf parquetry extension table, 244 cm long (with extensions), 147 cm long (without),

Antique extension dining table on turned legs original brass casters with winder, measures 1.7m long x 1.2m w x 76 cm high

Colonial cedar D-end extension dining table on tulip carved legs (seats 10-12)

An Edwardian maple two leaf extension dining table. Length 180 cm. Depth 101 cm. Height 76 cm

Antique cedar extension table, 175 cm long (including 2 extension leaves 58 cm total), 122 cm wide, 76 cm high

Vintage Beard Watson extension table, forms a round table (137 cm diameter), comes with 3 extension leaves, 56 cm long each (one only shown in photograph)

A Regency/Queen Anne revival mahogany table and six chairs, the shaped rectangular extension table with a pair of knopped pedestals each with three tripod curved legs with Queen Anne style chairs of typical form with a shaped top rail, vasiform splat to dr

Antique round cedar extension dining table with three leaves and winder 209 cm x 122 cm x 76 cm high, becomes oval when fully extended