This is a very good quality antique 17th Century style three plank solid oak refectory dinging table, circa 1900 – 1920.
• Item Oak Refectory Farmhouse Table
• Wood Solid Oak
• Circa 1900 – 1920
• Period Jacobean Style (17th Century Style)
• Origination England, UK
• Three plank top – sign of good quality
• Turned legs
• 1 ½” thick top
• Central connecting stretcher
• Detachable top
• Seats 10 – 12 people
• Solid in joint and very heavy
• Very good quality
• Excellent colour / patination
This is a very good quality antique 17th Century Jacobean style three plank solid oak refectory dinging table, circa 1900 – 1920. The table top is 1½” thick and is constructed of three single oak planks. Below the table, the substantial turned legs are connected by a solid oak central stretcher. The table top features a very good colour / patination. The top is detachable for ease of transportation. The table seats between 10 – 12 persons.
This item would compliment any home so don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Height 75cm or 2’ 5½”
Length 213.5cm or 7’
Depth 83.5cm or 2’ 9”
Knee Height 71cm or 2’ 4”
In excellent condition which is commensurate with its age. Free of wood worm, solid in joint, very heavy and ready to use. Nominal old use marks but nothing significant considering the age of the item.
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