Farm & Dining Tables
Period English Oak Gateleg Dining Table
Reference #: 1015-M10

Just shy of five by four feet, the top is a good size dining or breakfast table. This is an example of a very early gateleg, with well proportioned drop leaves. The color is a nice warm oak. There is a drawer on one end, and seating all around is easy as there is no apron. Only on the ends will knees bump into the table base. The table is 18″ deep when closed. This will make a lovely center hall table.

Place of Origin: England
Period: 1720
Materials & Techniques: Oak
  • Width:  47"
  • Depth:  56"
  • Height:  29"
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