An extraordinary Monumental 19th century oak refectory table of significant historically importance. Of extremely large proportions raised on four turned legs, sat on squat bun feet - united by stretchers.
The tabletop displaying a two-part section planked top with a large drawer in the apron to one end of the table. This table features a rich, warm patination and grain throughout.
This table demonstrates a significant depth which is highly unusual making a fabulous statement in any room. An extremely rare find with such a strong provenance, making for an excellent talking point when sat around!
This table was originally situated the History of Science Museum - Oxford University, 'The Ashmolean'. The table was housed in the main Basement Gallery, which was used to display chemical, physical and medical items - along with Einstein’s blackboard and Marconi's wireless collection.
Please see images for the table when in situ in the History of Science Museum - we will be able to send across further images upon request.
Measures: Height 74cm
A Large Historically Important 19th Century Oak Refectory Dining Table - Museum
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