English Early 18th Century Oak Farmhouse Dining Table
Dimensions: 30″H x 87″W(7’3″) x 32 1/4″D
A gorgeous solid-oak farmhouse table from Cotswold, England. c 1720. Designated an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Cotswold is a bucolic region in south-central England known for their rolling hills and wonderful stone cottages. This exceptionally well-patinated tables hails from this same area. Two wide, oak boards comprise the table’s top, fixed together with pegged biscuit joinery that is visible in the center. The boards have beautiful grain and character that it has acquired over its lifetime. The top is married to a solid-oak base, with chamfered legs and stretcher that joins them, providing additional support. A great feature of this table is that the top has enough overhang at each end to accommodate seating at the head and foot of the piece. This nearly three hundred year old table is a true beauty that will remain beautiful for hundreds of years to come.