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A 19th century French country fruitwood refectory dining table, the six plank top with traditional overhanging ends, single short centred drawer to the stretcher, raised on square section legs with internal taper, pegged construction. Seating 10-12. 92 cm
A Continental Oregon pine refectory style, farmhouse table 18th century and later. The table is pegged construction with a stretcher base, single central drawer with turned knob handles. Height 74 cm. Length 228 cm. Width
An oak Renaissance style refectory table, circa 1950, with a parquetry top over monumental scrolled and pierced trestle legs with foliate carvings, United by a shaped, relief carved stretcher pierced to the centre; with two additional leaves. Height 72 cm.
A refectory table, of typical solid form with a plank style top and ends with replica pegging, above chamfered trestle ends United by a stretcher and upon shaped rectangular bases. Height 78 cm. Width 240 cm. Depth 110 cm.
A quality Elizabethan style oak refectory plank top dining table, the rectangular top with moulded edge, raised on four restrained turned baluster and block legs with pegged sturdy stretchers, good colour and patina. 232 cm x 94.5 cm x 78 cm
An early 19th century English oak refectory table, the rectangular panelled top above two bulbous turned column end supports joined by a plain central stretcher, restorations, 215 cm wide, 85 cm deep, 75 cm high. Provenance: Christies, London, 1 March 1995
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