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Total No. Of Items : 17
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Fitted with a planked top with moulded edges below a full length drawer with ring drop handles contained within a shaped frieze – raised on a turned leg base united by a central stretcher. Ideal for use as a coffee table.
An Oak, Walnut And Yew Wood Side Table Circa 1690. The planked oak top framed with a yew surround and an inlaid yew star to the centre. Raised on walnut clustered turned column legs united by an architectural yew wood shaped frieze and shaped walnut stretchers. Raised on the original bun feet. Circa 1690.
A Mid 17th Century Oak Refectory Table: Fitted with a planked top over a frieze carved on one side with tulips and raised on turned legs with a double central stretcher. This table would have originally had peripheral stretchers but both side stretchers have been relocated to run down the centre of the table to facilitate ease of seating with chairs.
An Exceptional Oak Monk's Bench Dating To Circa 1600. Fitted with the original oval tilting top of a great faded colour over the seat below raised on sledge feet. This is a wonderful early monk's bench that works equally well as a centre table or as a bench.
A Mid 19th Century Oak Cricket Table. An unusually low oak cricket table dating from the mid 19th Century - fitted with a circular planked top of good colour with three legs below united by a tri-form stretcher. The legs, stretchers and frame all with stop chamfered edges making this table higher quality than most.