A late 17th century , oak gateleg centre table,
The oval top is in three sections, with the flaps made from two planks of oak. The frieze is fitted with a single drawer with a wooden knob. Standing on a baluster and ball turned legs joined by square stretchers, on braganza feet. Excellent original colour and patina. Second half of the 17th century.
Private Collection, Boarsney House, Kent
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