Although this oak table is from 19th century France, most of the wood (which has been stripped) was repurposed from furniture crafted in the 1700’s. The table, which has been constructed with large dowels, features an H-shaped stretcher beneath the multi-planked top. Thick baluster-like legs with molding support the table. Each leg has a square joinery above the circle pad feet. The side connectors have been carved similarly to the legs, with a central square joint surrounded by molded balusters.
At over 81 inches long, our 19th century French oak farm table is full of character and would make a great informal dining room table, large desk, or sofa table.
CONDITION: Good antique condition with wear commensurate to age and use, including minor rubs and stains to the top. Age separations as seen in photos. Old repairs to the top are visible. Trace of the original finish can still be seen in the graining.