• Item: Refectory Table
• Wood: Solid oak
• Circa: 1980
• Provenance: England, UK
• Size: 7ft 0⅛” long x 2ft 1” deep
• Detachable three-plank cleated solid oak top (1½” thick)
• Traditional mortise & tenon pegged construction
• Constructed from late 18th Century oak timbers
• Nulled frieze with shaped spandrels
• Substantial turned baluster legs
• Block feet
• Central stretchers for additional strength
• Comfortably seats 8 people
• Solid in joint, very sturdy & very heavy!
• Excellent colour & grain configuration
• Excellent condition
• Stunning build quality
• Free delivery to England, Wales & southern Scotland*
• Free 14-day UK returns policy
Here is a stunning quality English 17th Century style 7ft solid oak farmhouse kitchen refectory table, made from earlier timbers, circa 1980, which seats 8 people, with exceptional build quality and grain configuration, in excellent condition. The table boasts a stunning three-plank solid figured oak top with cleated ends, which is 1½” thick and can be detached from the base to enable easy access into the house. The table has been constructed in the traditional manner from late 18th Century Georgian timbers with mortise and tenon joints, and then pegged, with a straight nulled frieze and shaped spandrels, to all sides. The table is raised on substantial turned baluster legs, on block feet, which are united by a central stretcher along the length of the table, and a further stretcher on each end. The table top features a stunning colour & stunning grain configuration, having been wax-polished in our workshop. The table comfortably seats 8 people. Benefitting from a central stretcher, it allows you to conveniently place kitchen chairs under the table, without any restrictions, unlike earlier tables that have stretchers positioned on the outside of the legs, which prevents you placing the chairs under the table. The table is sufficiently tall enough to fit your legs underneath and is sufficiently wide to accommodate serving dishes in the centre of the table. The table has been solidly constructed and is of excellent quality – it is extremely heavy! The table dismantles into 2 sections (tabletop & frame), facilitating easier lifting and carrying.
The table boasts a rich brown oak colour. This table would look superb in a variety of rooms from the kitchen to the dining room. This item would certainly grace any home. So, don’t miss out on your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Here is a stunning quality English 17th Century style 7ft solid oak farmhouse kitchen refectory table, made from earlier timbers, circa 1980, which seats 8 people, with exceptional build quality and grain configuration, in excellent condition. This solid oak farmhouse refectory dining table is in excellent condition, with exceptional build quality. The table has been constructed from late 18th Century Georgian timbers. The table has been wax-polished, to a professional standard, in our workshop. Therefore, there are no cup marks or stains to the table top. Nominal old use marks to the top and leading edges of the frame, but nothing significant considering the age of the item. The table is solid, with no breaks, damage or loose movements. The table top boasts a fantastic rich brown oak colour and patination; this can only be achieved through age and years of care and cleaning it has received. This table is extremely heavy, which is always a sign of good quality.
Height = 78cm or 30¾” or 2ft 6¾”
Length = 213.8cm or 84⅛” or 7ft 0⅛”
Depth = 84.3cm or 33⅛” or 2ft 9⅛”
Knee Height = 73.8cm or 29” or 2ft 5”
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