Important Louis XIII French Carved Walnut Trestle Dining Table from the Pyrenees
Almost 11 feet long, this large fruitwood dining room table was crafted in southwest France, near the Spanish and French border. Built with 18th century antique walnut timber, the table stands on a trestle base, with two hand carved baluster legs connected at the base with a thick stretcher which gives the table a sturdy, monastery look. The large tabletop features a elegant frame work made with only two planks of walnut and decorated with inlaid acacia border; the top is further embellished with carved edges around the perimeter. From the structure to the finish, this piece is in excellent condition and has a stylish, rich walnut patina with natural distress. The farm table would sit 10 to 14 people. A true one of a kind! Measures: 130″ W x 43.5″ D x 29.75″ H.
|Dimensions||130" W x 43.5" D x 29.75" H|