This long, thin dining table is a very practical shape, seating up to 12 people.
Made in France in the mid 20th century. Save some light scratches commensurate with age, there are no faults to mention.
275 cm x 70 cm x76 cm high.
An antique refectory table made in France and recently imported into Australia. A sensible and practical long and narrow table, great cofiguration for famiily or entertaining (or both?).
20 cm long x 90cm wide and 75 cm high.
A rare find, this compact and completely genuine antique table combines a naturally patinated top with darker elegantly turned legs. Yes it is true we have a small furniture crush on this one. We feel given that this table has been around for 100 years and looks like is is ready for another century of use, it is justified. $395
137 cms widex 76 cms deep and 74 cms high.
This may seem a trifle old fashioned. However we feel that for about 300 years people have been enjoying their meals with these accessories .Maybe even longer.
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Refectory table from Paris 208c x 75c $1875. Six oak chairs, reproductions in the style of Louis XV, in oak, also from France $895 for six. And in the back an A shaped wine rack that holds ten dozen for $525. Two of these are available and you’ll
never guess what country they were made in. That’s right! Fabrique en France.
Farmhouse table with drawer. Early 1900’s. Would seat six in comfort. $390.