A mid-17th century, Northern European, walnut, drawleaf table

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The top made from two pieces of walnut with cleated ends, unusually retaining its original, iron fasteners. The leaves likewise. The deep frieze is unusually faced with a ripple moulding. The table stands on bold, ring turned legs which are joined by wide, rectangular stretchers. On original bun feet. Excellent original colour and patina. Northern European, probably Flemish.

Closed Length 129 cm., 4ft., 3 in., Each leaf 54 ½ cm., 21 ½ in.
Extended Length 238 cm., 7 ft., 9 ¾ in
Depth 85 cm., 2ft., 9 ½ in.,
Height 79 ½ cm., 2ft., 7 ¼ in.,

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