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An Outstanding James I Oak Centre Table

Having a tremendous top, constructed of three thick square-edged boards, each dowelled to the next with the original oak pegs, above frieze rails carved all the way round with lunette motifs filled with stylised leaves, standing on wonderful, slightly tapering ring-turned legs, joined by stretchers, each with run-moulding to the bottom edge.

English, Gloucestershire, circa 1620.

Width 48.5 inches, depth 27.5 inches, height 31.5 inches.

Ref 2441



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