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Antique Charles II Period Oak Refectory Table, circa 1670

Antique Charles II Period Oak Refectory Table, circa 1670

£3,900.00

Antique Charles II Period Oak Refectory Table, circa 1670.

A simply magnificent and totally original solid oak refectory table, dating from the Charles the second period 1670.

The three plank top with cleated ends, over a typical square leg frame united by plane friezes and rectangular stretchers.

A fantastic colour and patination throughout the peace, very solid and sturdy. A very worthwhile investment at the moment.

Height 76 cm

Height to apron 64 cm

Length 182 cm

Width 74 cm

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Description

Antique Charles II Period Oak Refectory Table, circa 1670.

A simply magnificent and totally original solid oak refectory table, dating from the Charles the second period 1670.

The three plank top with cleated ends, over a typical square leg frame united by plane friezes and rectangular stretchers.

A fantastic colour and patination throughout the peace, very solid and sturdy. A very worthwhile investment at the moment.

Height 76 cm

Height to apron 64 cm

Length 182 cm

Width 74 cm

Nationwide delivery is available, please message for details. Or alternatively you can inspect at our dedicated warehouse.

Belvoirantiques.com

Additional information

Brand

Table

Antique

Yes

Item Height

76 Cm

Tabletop Material

Oak

Style

charles II

Material

Oak

Features

Plank Top

Item Length

182 Cm

Time Period Manufactured

Pre-1800

Finish

Antique

Item Width

84 Cm

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