Walnut Dining Table made by Whytock and Reid, Edinburgh, circa 1925. The top of African Walnut crossbanded with Satinwood divided by patches of Burr Walnut raised on gothic linenfold end supports with Amboyna panels on curved and carved Walnut sledge feet.
Whytock and Reid was a leading high quality furniture manufacturer started in 1807 and existing until 2004. made furniture for many of Scotlands grand houses and including for the Royal Family.
width 35.5", depth 78",height 29",(90x198x74cm))
74 cms High (28.9 inches)
90 cms Wide (35.1 inches)
198 cms Deep (77.2 inches)