Early English Oak Credence Table
Reference #: 0422-MX4

A credence table is a small side table in the sanctuary of a Christian church which is used in the celebration of the Eucharist. In this case, the table has been fashioned of dark lustrous oak and can be folded in to create a demi lune, suitable for against a wall. It can be opened easily and the gateleg base is sturdy and stable. All original hardware, along with great oak color and patina, make his unusual table a real find. Measurements below are for the table open. When closed, it measures 16″ deep x 33.5″ wide x 30.5″ high.

Place of Origin: England
Period: 1800
Materials & Techniques: Oak
  • Width:  33.5"
  • Depth:  32.5"
  • Height:  29.75"
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