FOR SALE: This is a genuine antique1932 Amish Hoosier Oak dining room table. It was made by the Hoosier Kitchen Equipment Company of New Castle, Indiana. It has a hidden extension leaf in the center of the table that is connected to hinges on each side. When the sections are pulled apart, the hidden leaf is exposed. It is then raised and jointed together to each section. Underneath, there is a gear that turns on two tracks with teeth as the sections are moved back and forth with ease. There is a green metal stamped plate that reads Patent June 7, 1932 underneath above the gear area. That patent plate shows that this unique design was created & engineered by the Hoosier Kitchen Equipment Company. The condition looks beautiful especially for being 80 years old. It has been well cared for and only shows minor wear. It has a red & brass stamped plate that reads Hoosier Kitchen Equipment New Castle, Indiana on one of the extension cross boards next to the hidden leaf. Also, the name of this particular style is stamped underneath the table in red ink. The table measures 46" long without the extension leaf in place. With the extension leaf, it measures 63" long. It is 31 1/2" wide x 30" high. Each end has stylish 3/4" x 5" aprons. This is no doubt a rare and unique example of Hoosier furniture representing fine quality craftsmanship during the first part of the 20th century. 400.00 Call John @
Location: Huber Hts.