A Russells of Broadway, Cotswold school, oak six seat dining suite: extending table with flush panelled construction and moulded edge to the top and to the sdrop-in leaf, exposed dowel construction to the flared legs, chairs (two arms, four sides) with original upholstery. Bow fronted sideboard with reeded frame and moulded top, flared feet, centre door with cross banding between two doors and four drawers fitted interior and one drawers fitted for cutlery, D 'nip' handles, by Russells of Broadway (Gordon Russell), circa 1950, table 76cm (30in) high, 80cm (31in) wide, 130 (51in) long, 168cm (66in) long extended, sideboard 91cm (36in) high, 140cm (55in) wide, 50cm (19.5in) deep.
Can be sold separately, s6024a, the sideboard, s 6024b the table & s6024c the chirs.
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