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Summer Sale - 17th Century and Later Oak Refectory Table Seating Six

A very solid and substantial 19th century solid oak refectory table with over sailing three board top
17th Century and Later
30.5 inches high, 60 inches wide and 32 inches deep.

For metric please multiply by 2.5
Full Description
A very solid and substantial late 17th century solid oak refectory table with over sailing boarded and cleated top of lovely colour and rich patination over attractive rails carved with deep running arcades, all set on substantial well turned baluster oak legs and united by later oak box stretchers.

The table is peg jointed and has attractive wear and smoothed edges and surfaces from centuries of wax, use and care.

Heavy and sturdy with no loose joints, seats six people easily. The stretchers are not original, probably added in the 19th century and there are some small repairs and replacements along with a slight shrinkage gap between two of the top boards and a couple of old worm tracks – the woodworm is long since dead.

A lovely 17th Century and later solid oak table, substantial and sturdy and ready to give a few hundred years and more of good service and use.