Constructed circa 1860 from 17th century wood, historic oak octagonal centre/dining table. The top is made from wood from The Covenant House, Covenant Close, Edinburgh. The legs are carved from beams of Cardinal Beaton’s House Edinburgh and it has a 17th century carved frieze. The octagonal top is in radial figured and quarter-cut oak with a moulded edge. The carved frieze with cherub, lion head and foliate decoration, all supported on four bulbous legs with fluted decorations and cross stretchers over neat bulbous feet.
You can see historic images of Cardinal Beaton’s house here.
Size 79 cm high x 151 cm diameter