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Antique French Louis XIII Style Square Walnut Table France circa 1830

This handsome antique French walnut table from France circa 1830 has an unusual square shape. Notable for its robust proportion the French table has a thick top and substantial turned legs joined by a "X" shaped stretcher. Notice how all four legs have a tapered shape with a series of ring turnings while the horizontal stretcher has a series of spheres all the same size. When the photographs are enlarged and the zoom feature is used it is possible to see the pegged construction that ensures stability. As the table has no drawers and is totally finished on all four sides it was used as both a game table, small dining table or work table as it is possible to easily pull up four chairs and sit comfortably. The square top has a large central panel surrounded by four smaller timber boards with a moulded edge that extends around the entire perimeter. Because this antique table dates from the early nineteenth century it has a gleaming and rich patina achieved from years of waxing and polishing.

# 003OBJ193

DIMENSIONS

36.00" w x 36.00" d x 30.00" h

91.44cm w x 91.44cm d x 76.20cm h

$4,266.00

This handsome antique French walnut table circa 1830 has an unusual square shape. Notable for its robust proportion the table has a thick top and substantial turned legs joined by a "X" shaped stretcher. Notice how all four legs have a tapered shape with a series of ring turnings while the horizontal stretcher has a series of spheres all the same size. When the photographs are enlarged and the zoom feature is used it is possible to see the pegged construction that ensures stability. As the table has no drawers and is totally finished on all four sides it was used as both a game table, small dining table or work table as it is possible to easily pull up four chairs and sit comfortably. The square top has a large central panel surrounded by four smaller timber boards with a moulded edge that extends around the entire perimeter. Because the table dates from the early nineteenth century it has a gleaming and rich patina achieved from years of waxing and polishing.