Table, Trestle, Dining, Refectory, Long, 20-Seat, Cherry, Renaissance
Period long trestle tables are the most practical tables to sit at. They are very hard to source and they tend to be narrow. This is a decorative piece probably only 40 years old or so, but as it is impossible to source period tables of this size and form this offers a practical solution. - Fruitwood tables of this size are rare, as the trees are very small in comparison to oak, walnut and elm. Being fruitwood it has a superior, rich colour and lustrous patina - It is also unusual to find a table with this width of 115cm, 45.28 inches - The trestle form is the most practical and comfortable arrangement for seating. - It it is attractive and would blend into most interior design schemes and very practical, sturdy and usable. It will seat 20 people. - The massive cherrywood top is made from two planks and cleated on all sides with moulded edges. Supported by two trestles with bold turnings joined by a long stretcher. Height 77.00cm., 30.31 inches, Length 350.00cm, 137.80 inches., Width 115.00cm., 45.28 inches
Renaissance Revival (Of the period)
GOOD. Wear consistent with age and use.
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