This is a fantastic quality antique French 19th Century four plank solid chestnut refectory farmhouse 7’ 7” dinging table, circa 1840.
• Item Refectory Farmhouse Table
• Wood Solid Chestnut
• Circa 1840
• Period 2nd Empire
• Provenance France
• Four plank top – sign of good quality
• Cleated ends – a sign of good quality
• Tapered support legs
• Pegged construction
• Seats 8 – 12 people
• Size 7’ 7” x 2’ 10”
• Solid in joint and very sturdy
• Superb quality
• Excellent colour / patination
• Sought after size
This is a fantastic quality antique French 19th Century four plank solid chestnut refectory farmhouse 7’ 7” dinging table, circa 1840. The table top is constructed of four single chestnut planks finished with cleated end, dowelled and pegged tenons (these are a sign of good quality) and sits on tapered legs. There is a central leg to support the weight of the table. The table features two large working drawers. The table top and base is original. The table top features a very good colour / patination. The table seats between 8 – 12 people and is sufficiently tall enough to fit your legs underneath and is sufficiently wide to accommodate serving dishes in the centre of the table.
This item would compliment any home so don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Height 74.5cm or 2’ 5¼”
Length 231.5cm or 7’ 7¼”
Width 86cm or 2’ 10”
Knee Height 59.8cm or 2’ 0”
In very good condition commensurate with age. The table features the original top, base and legs. The table boasts a fantastic colour / patination. Nominal old use marks but nothing significant considering the age of the item. Free of wood worm, solid in joint and ready to use.
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