An Outstanding Late 17th Century Oak Refectory Table
Having an exceptionally thick two-plank top, with cleated ends, above a simple channel-edged frieze, with integral spandrels, raised on six stout baluster turned legs, joined by rectangular stretchers.
Beautiful, untouched condition, glorious colour and surface.
Wales, circa 1690-1700.
Note – Two similar tables are illustrated in Victor Chinnery Oak Furniture, page 291 and 292.
Length 93 inches, width 30 inches, height 31 inches.