This beautiful and thick cut French dining table was made in the North of France in the early to mid-1900s. It was made of oak planks and then finished with a stain. Since then, it has been stripped and bleached, giving it a light and versatile look. The top has four sections of diagonally cut boards within a rectangular board surround. It has nice large double baluster legs on either end and a single baluster at the center. These are in the same style as the bold baluster legs which were popular in the late 1600’s and early 1700’s during the reign of King Louis XIV. The curved ends allow for leg room as do the platform feet at the baluster level. Fresh and wonderful to view, this table will be the focal point of any room.
CONDITION: Very good condition with small age separations to top, small remnants old stain, small area of blue/white color along one edge.