English Oak Draw-leaf Table Style of James I
A Jacobean (James I) Revival oak draw-leaf center table; suitable as a writing, sofa back, or dining table for four. The unusual carved stretcher formation, the 'bulb' leg turnings, and the block fluting; all evidence early application of Machine Age workmanship, preceding British 'Arts & Crafts' by several decades. All surfaces are attractively time worn and waxed. The top is parquetry and black ink stained, as if used as a writing table.
|TITLE:||English Oak Draw-leaf Table Style of James I|
|DATE OF MANUFACTURE:||Mid 19th Century|
|MATERIALS:||Carved and turned oak, with a parquet inset top; including the draw leaves.|
|CONDITION:||Structurally solid with a time worn, ink stained, mellow waxed patina.|
|DEPTH:||31 in. (79 cm)|
|DEALER LOCATION:||Woodbury, CT|
|NUMBER OF ITEMS:||1|
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