FABULOUS 18TH CENTURY ANTIQUE OAK REFECTORY DINING TABLE Ref:C255X
Fabulous 18th Century Antique Oak Refectory Dining Table
This is as good a 18th century antique English dining table that you'll ever find. So honest and original and complete with an early hexfoil which is a carved in symbol, in this case a daisy wheel, these were carved into furniture, doors and beams to ward of witches and evil spirits. This Georgian antique farmhouse refectory dining table is in wonderful condition and is a superb, untouched period colour. The large period oak table top has three long oak planks that have cleated ends. The refectory table legs are square and joined by a central stretcher. The carved hexfoil can be found on one of the oak table's side rails along with decorative shaped corner spandrels to each table end. A good, full height for dining, a large family sized Georgian antique oak refectory dining table that is an excellent honest example. English and dating from around 1770.
Height: 80cm (31.5")
Width: 240cm (94.49")
Depth: 81cm (31.89")
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