Early 20th Century French Carved Bleached Oak Farm Table with Fleur-de-Lis
This elegant antique dining table was crafted in Normandy, France circa 1920. Built of solid oak, the rustic table stands on two substantial carved baluster-form support legs ending with molded shoe base, and joined by cross stretcher. The pedestal is further embellished with a double forged diamond shape decorative mount. The Provincial table is dressed with a solid 3.5″ thick rectangular top embellished with rounded ends and recessed corners. The surface is further decorated with two incised Fleur-de-Lys motifs and four iron diamond shaped nails over each support. The super heavy Louis XIII style trestle table is in excellent condition commensurate with age and use, and adorns a rich bleached patinated finish with beautiful distress; a wonderful breakfast or dining table that would easily sit eight to 10 people! Measures: 99″ W x 35.5″ D x 30″ H.
|99" W x 35.5" D x 30" H
Early 20th Century