18th Century French Carved Chestnut & Oak Trestle Dining Table
This long antique dining room table was crafted in the French Pyrenees, southwest France, near the Spanish border. Built with 18th century chestnut and oak timber and over 8 feet in length, the table stands on two hand carved baluster legs ending with shoe base, and connected with a thick bottom stretcher for a sturdy, monastery look. The thick tabletop features a elegant frame work made with only a center plank of walnut; the top is further dressed with carved geometric motifs around the edges. From the structure to the finish, the Louis XIII style trestle table is in excellent condition commensurate with age and use, and adorns a stylish, rich walnut patina with natural distress. The farm table would sit 8 to 12 people comfortably. A true one of a kind! Measures: 98.25″ W x 35″ D x 30″ H.
|Dimensions||98.25" W x 35" D x 30" H|
Late 18th Century