A rare late 17th century (circa 1680) joined oval oak gateleg table of small proportions with superb original patina.
This table consists of a solid oval oak top with original patina all supported on an oak base with turned baluster supports and trestle foot below with single gates.
This table is a very versatile piece, is in very good original condition for age, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home.
Reference: a near identical example can be found in the book ‘Oak Furniture The British Tradition’ by Victor Chinnery, Page: 307 figure: 3:221
Height: 26.5” / 67.25cm
Width: 13.5” / 34.25cm (leaves down)
37.25” / 94.5cm (leaves up)
Depth: 30.25” / 76.75cm