English 18th Century Oak Tavern Table
Dimensions: 29″H x 73-1/4″W x 27-3/4″D
Once used in an English public house, or pub, this oak tavern table dates to 1740. The table has a utilitarian design that is solid and sturdy while allowing for people to easily gather around it, unimpeded by legs. The top is made of solid oak, with exceptional grain and bread board ends. It is the table’s X-form base that allows for easy egress around. It is reinforced with forged-iron X-braces that not only provide structural integrity, but also provides a welcomed decorative accent. The antique oak is well-worn, with countless drinks consumed upon it, and innumerable stories told around it.