Farm Table from a Tomato Canning Factory on the Chesapeake Bay

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Awesome original paint farm table from a tomato canning factory in Ottoman Virginia which is from near the Chesapeake Bay. Great canted legs racetrack shaped top, peg construction on the bottom part, with original wooden wheels. Be great as a console, serving table, narrow dining table or table for plants on a sunporch. It's a very versatile shape and size, the possibilities are really endless.
Details
Place of Origin
United States
Date of Manufacture
1920-1930
Period
Early 20th Century
Materials and Techniques
Painted   Hardwood
Condition
Distressed. Missing a drawer on one side.. can be filled and faux painted to match upon request..
Dimensions
31 in. H x 78.25 in. W x 25.75 in. D
79 cm H x 199 cm W x 65 cm D
Dealer Location
Kilmarnock, VA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU88307905143
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1stdibs seller since 2009
Located in Kilmarnock, VA

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