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Seng hardware

Posted By: Ian Cameron <ianc@uvic.ca> (139-142-113-102.dialup.islandnet.com)
Date: 10/14/2 15:55

I have a dining table with a cylindrical pedestal that splits to allow the top to open so leaves can be inserted. The pedestal is held together be a device labelled 'Seng Pedestal Lock' Pat. 1907. Unfortuately, only part of the mechanism is there. Can anyone provide information or a source of parts? Further, is the table worth restoring, or can I strip it and refinish it? It's oak, about 4' in diameter, with four 18" leaves, with a very dark varnished finish. Virtually all our furnitue is Craftsman, so light oak would fit in. Thank you.

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