Price

£15000.00

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An exceptional and rarely found mid 18th century English Ash and Elm Farmhouse Kitchen Dining Table.

Having wonderfully figured four plank top with cleated ends raised on bold square legs retaining exceptional untouched colour and patina throughout.

It is extremely rare to find English 18th century variations of the traditional farmhouse table still on the market these days.

Most that you see are 19th century and French, and it is even rarer to find them in such excellent condition retaining such beautiful warm colour and patina

The top has cleated ends which is a design used to try and ensure that the planks do not move too much.

It has been a successful theory on this particular table as although there is some movement in the wood on the edge and in the frame the planks within the top itself remain firmly together.

The size is perfect to seat 10 and the rustic type top very much lends itself to the table actually being used, as opposed to just admired, which can often be the case with many of the more formal mahogany or rosewood dining tables which can be found on the market today.

It really is quite beautiful, perfect for many hours of home entertaining.

Circa 1760.

Height - 29.75in.
Length - 89.5in.
Depth - 33.5in.

Frieze Height - 24in (ie clearance for sitting at).

Price

£15000.00

Stock number

8626

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  • Since 1918, BADA has been the leading association for the antiques and fine art trade
  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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