Midcentury French Carved Parquet Top Walnut and Oak Monastery Trestle Table
This large 8 feet long fruitwood dining table was crafted in southwest France, near the Spanish and French border circa 1970. Built with antique and reclaimed old timbers of different species, the heavy table stands on a trestle base, supported with hand carved baluster legs ending with molded shoe base, and connected with a thick bottom stretcher which gives the table a sturdy, monastery look. The wide and thick tabletop features an elegant frame work made of walnut, chestnut and oak with parquet pattern throughout. From the structure to the finish, this elegant refectory farm table is in excellent condition and adorns a stylish, rich walnut patina with exquisite distress. The long table would sit 8 to 12 people; a wonderful size for a large breakfast room or dining room. Measures: 96″ W x 45″ D x 30.75″ H.
|Dimensions||96" W x 45" D x 30.75" H|
Mid 20th Century