CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS OAK FARMHOUSE TABLES ON CANONBURY ANTIQUES

Oak Kitchen Table Oak Oval Top Refectory Dining

Oak Kitchen Table Oak Oval Top Refectory Dining

– Stunning English oak farmhouse refectory table with oval top
– Features a distinctive wavy stretcher base
– Very solid and chunky, perfect for that farmhouse look
– We have various classic farmhouse chairs to match – Windsors, ladderbacks, spindlebacks – so please email if you are looking for a set
– Hand crafted here in England to centuries old traditions will last for many generations to come
– Offered in great shape and will ship to anywhere in the world

XL 10 ft French Oak Rustic Refectory Kitchen Dining Table

XL 10 ft French Oak Rustic Refectory Kitchen Dining Table

You are viewing a gorgeous French refectory table in oak that measures a whopping ten feet long – perfect for the long hall or a castle or a large kitchen! For those of you looking for that cosy rustic look then here it is – the perfect farmhouse table.

This is solid and chunky – wobble free it will last for many generations hence making it a great heirloom. It is all hand carved from oak. Particularly attention grabbing are the chunky bulbous carved French legs with leaf motifs. Absolutely stunning.

The table is offered in great shape and we will ship to anywhere in the world. We have various sets of chairs to match so please email us if you are looking for a whole dining set. Ladderbacks, spindlebacks, William IV chairs – they\’d all look great around this stunning piece.

CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS OAK FARMHOUSE TABLES ON CANONBURY ANTIQUES

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