Description Large late 17th century oak gateleg table in very original condition with traditional pegged jointed construction having a single end opening drawer .The drop leaves when raised are supported by pull out gateleg action raised on turned supports.When half open the depth is 106cm,when fully open 160 cm
This oak cabinet is of rectangular form surmounted by a triangular pediment enclosing a small central drawer, above two doors which open to reveal four short and six longer drawers arranged around a central cupboard. The whole, as described by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is painted black and ‘mordant gilded, silvered and varnished’ with landscapes and figures within wide borders profusely painted with scrolling vegetation. The principal panels on the doors, top and sides, show Dutch
Rare very large C17th solid Oak Gateleg Table seats 8/10. Original long drawers to centre with later wooden knobs. Fabulous oak barley twist legs. The two flaps lift up and are supported on swing barley twist legs. The flaps are 70 cms each in length when down supported by substantial iron hinges.. Mostly peg construction. The feet as is common for furniture of this age have been replaced due probably to the washing of the stone floors over the centuries. One flap tip shows signs of age giving t
An oak gateleg table, An oak gateleg table, 17th century, the oval drop-leaf top with two drop leaves above a single drawer, ring turned and block supports, 172cm wide 136cm deep 75cm high, Viewing, 6 September 2019, 9am - 5pm 8 September 2019, 10am - 1pm 9 September 2019, 9am - 5pm 10 September 2019, from 9am 11 September 2019, from 9am, Request a condition report, Request a condition report
Oak eight seater gateleg table, the planked oval top with folding flaps supported when open on turned gates, the central section of the base with four turned legs united by square section stretchers, one end frieze with a fitted drawer. English, late 17th century
Oak table, the single plank top raised on four slightly splayed square section legs united by side stretchers, the frieze fitted with three drawers of differing sizes decorated with chip carving, iron drop handles and escutcheons. Northern Spain, mid 17th century
Fashioned from gorgeous mahogany and reclaimed oak, this rectangular coffee table has plank construction inspired by a 17th-century stool. A beautiful foundation for displaying large books or glossy periodicals, place it in a traditional living room décor.
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Elegant and sleek, this reclaimed oak veneered refectory table features a planked tabletop and vase shaped column supports. Inspired by a 17th century original English piece, this eye-catching dining table brings instant sophisticated to any room.
Contemporary style encompasses a range of styles developed in the latter half of the 20th century. Pieces feature softened and rounded lines as opposed to the stark lines seen in modern design. Bold but elegant, this eye-catching coffee table features a planked rectangular aged oak veneered top and turned acrylic legs. A modern interpretation of a 17th century William & Mary table, this sleek coffee table brings instant sophistication to any space.
A LATE 17TH CENTURY OAK REFECTORY TABLE, having a planked surface with cleat ends, moulded apron with shaped corner brackets, on turned legs joined by peripheral stretchers, 202cm long x 88cm wide x 77cm high. See illustration
A GERMAN WALNUT AND OAK TABLE, 17th century and later, the moulded frieze having two drawers with ring handles, above a panelled box with scrolled angle brackets carved with floret paterae, fitted with two drawers to either end, on refectory platform feet with foliate carved scrolled angle brackets and stepped plinth base, 146cm wide x 88cm deep x 81cm high (drawers re-lined). See illustration Provenance: Previously on loan to the National Trust at Nunnington Hall