18th Century French Provincial Oak Farmhouse Trestle Dining Table


Rustic 18th century country French provincial farmhouse trestle dining table or refectory table crafted from hand-hewn oak featuring a 2.25 inch thick top. The trestle style base is constructed with an exposed mortise and tenon joinery. The thick legs feature a unique spade form and are conjoined by a long stretcher. The legs end with large shoe feet. The table has a beautifully aged and distressed patina on the finish with visible repairs and fills on the top that adds to its character and charm. The table is from the Normandy region of France and purported to have been from a monastery. The table has a very distinctive profile and rich visible worn patina.

Dimensions: 83.5"w x 31.5"d x 28.5"h

Circa: 18th Century, France

Materials: Oak, Iron

Condition: Distressed, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted with old repairs, age cracks, and insect damage as seen in photos. Age appropriate wear with no leaves.

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