EARLY 19TH CENTURY PRIMITIVE ANTIQUE WORK TABLE Ref:C410W

Early 19th Century Primitive Antique Work Table

Early 19th Century Primitive Antique Work Table

This is a rare, cricket form of primitive antique table, a working table having an iron winder winch to the thick elmm top. The iron winder lifts out of it's bracket to leave a metal sleeve inset into the elm top. The elm top has worn away along one edge due to years of use. In very good condition, the elm top is a fabulous colour, it is held by three simple fruitwood legs that are also a beautiful colour. From the North of England and dating from the late Georgian period around 1810. A lovely example of a primitive country working antique table.

Dimensions
Height: 59cm (23.23")
Width: 43cm (16.93")
Depth: 32cm (12.6")

Additional Information: The elm top is 5cm thick.

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