A complete Renaissance Revival carved oak dining room suite, late 19th C., American or Continental, comprised of an extension dining table, sideboard, server, china cabinet, and eight side chairs, the circular table with molded edge and scalloped carving, figural supports below the skirt, massive anthemion carved pedestal opening to receive two leaves, on an incurvate plinth ending in massive paw feet; the sideboard with broken arch putto crest, griffin support shelf, massive base with extensive decoration of fruit clusters, figural supports and carved moldings, rounded sides, acanthus molded base, ball feet, conforming server with shelf, the chairs with putto crests, barley twist stiles, trapezoidal seats and barley twist legs connected by incurvate stretcher.
Table: 30"H x 62" Diameter, open length 96 in. (with leaves), leaves 18 in. each;
Sideboard: 87"H x 92"W x 30"D
Server: 54"H x 57.5"W x 22"D
Note: The strapwork crests with cabochons and flanked by cherubs on the sideboard, server, and chairs in lot 965 are similar to those on a carved oak sideboard, server and chairs in a suite descended in a New Orleans family and attributed to R.J. Horner of New York.