17th century oak refectory table. Fine and well patinated three plank top supported by an underframe with moulded detail to the front and side rails with plain rail to the reverse. Stands upon six baluster turned legs that are united by stretchers. To the tops of the legs are moulded brackets. The table is of great character and good colour.
English, circa 1660
The height from the floor to the underside of the stretcher is 2 3/4″ (7cm); the height of the stretcher is 4.5″ (12cm); the height to the table rail (knee height) is 24.5″ (61cm)