A very good quality oak serving / console / display or library table. The table, C.1900, has a very nice appearance made using fantastic quarter sawn oak with medullary rays. The table is heavy and solid and has been very well made with mortise and tenon joints. The table top sits on four turned legs and it has side and end rails. As the table has side and end rails it would be difficult to pull chairs up to it and therefore it is more suited as a console, serving, library or display table. Purchaser could convert the table in to a dining table, if desired, by moving the side rails and adding cleft or bread board ends to extend the table ends. The oak has been varnished but purchaser could strip or re-wax the table to suit. The table is in very good condition with some signs of age and some slight damage, as expected of antique items. One side does have a large gash to its edge. There are some scratches and marks to the table top and legs and some small dents and some small surface cracks from wood knots. The corners of the table have some knocks. Please see pictures for condition details. The oak table has a very nice traditional appearance and would make a nice feature for a home or business.
Top 82.8cm x 198.4cm
Top thickness 3.2cm
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