Large Early 19th Century Swedish Trestle Table

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Large early 19th century, Swedish trestle table in style in “Allmogestil" country folk customs and traditions cherished of the native traditions and folk culture. A rustic family table with wonderful old patinated pine and thick, wide board top on shaped ends and held by stretcher with keyed through-tenons. The table comes apart for easy transport.
Sweden, circa 1810.
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Details

    Materials and Techniques
    Hand-Carved   Pine
    Hand-Crafted
  • Condition
    Good. The Swedish table is very sturdy, with wide board in wonderful time worn patina..
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use
    Dimensions
    29.5 in. H x 88.25 in. W x 41.25 in. D
    75 cm H x 224 cm W x 105 cm D
  • Seller Location
    Charleston, SC
  • Number of Items
    1
  • Reference Number
    LU97649256233
About the Seller

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Located in Charleston, SC

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