Interiors to include Paintings, Clocks, Furniture & Works of Art | 23 April 2013
A walnut and fruitwood refectory table , first half 19 th century, triple p...
A walnut and fruitwood refectory table , first half 19 th century, triple plank top with cleated ends, frieze drawer at each end, square section and chamfered legs, H shaped stretcher, 79cm high, the top 81 x 210cm
PLEASE NOTE AN OLD BREAK TO ONE END HAS BECOME DETACHED REVEALING OLD WORM DAMAGE THROUGHOUT THE TOP. PLEASE ASK THE SALEROOM FOR ADDITIONAL IMAGES. THEREFORE THE IMAGE IS INCORRECT.
marks, scratches and abrasions comensurate with age and use.
some minor warping to top.
old splits and chips
some old worm damage
drawer handles possibly replaced.
Please refer to additional images for visual reference to condition
some use of filler to additional larger splits
some additional fading and water staining to surface of top
Top faded and some ring marks, water stains, area of filling to crack in top, ink marks
One edge of top has a gouge about 2cm deep and 10cm long
height to bottom of apron at sides 58cm, overall height is 78cm , height under drawer is 55.5cm
PLEASE NOTE AMENDMENT TO DESCRIPTION AND CATALOGUE IMAGE: One cleated end has become detached where there was an old break revealing worm damage throughout the top, please ask for additional images.
Tuesday 23 April 2013, 10.00am
19th April 9.00am - 4.00pm
20th April 9.00am - 12.30pm
22nd April 9.00am - 6.00pm
23rd April from 8.30am