[AAEH] Jacobean Dining Room Set - I'd love to know age and value!

I won a dining room set at an estate auction. The set is oak and very
heavy consisting of a table, six side chairs and two armchairs. The
table is narrow .... 32" and the length is 66" unextended. Both sides
extend and when extended the center of the table drops down so all
pieces are one level. Each extension is 18". The top actually lifts
off and the sides will slide all the way out leaving only the base as
one piece. The bulb legs are about 25" round and heavily carved. The
chairs are also heavily carved. They originally had cained seats that
still exist but a new liftoff seat has been added to cover the caining.
Even those liftoff seats appear to be quite old. The backs of the chair
have caining in the center. The top of the back has finials and the
center has a crown carving. There are also floral carvings and leaves
are carved on the arms of the two armchairs. I was unable to find any
markings on any pieces. I am not certain that these were originally
one set .... they could just be paired up together. All pieces are so
heavily carved it is hard to tell. I would love to know the age and
value of this set. Although I do love it so that alone is worth the
money!! Photos are in the album named "Jacobean". Thanks.


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