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19th century oak Refectory table

Ref: 1272


Table Top

L: 274 cm  L: 107.8 inches

W: 90 cm  W: 35.4 inches

D:4.5 cm  D: 1.7 inches

Table Base

L: 252 cm  L:  99.2 inches

W: 74.5 cm  W: 29.3 inches

Floor to underside of frieze

H: 59cm  H: 23.2 inches

Floor to table top

H: 77cm  H: 30.3 inches

Early 19th century English Oak refectory table with moulded edge and earlier 18th century elements to the table base.

Heavy triple plank top over decorative hand-carved stiff leaf frieze and four turned balusters legs united by a box stretcher.

The table was notably restored around 1920 by Foster, Cooper and Foster Ltd. of 63-64, Long Row Nottingham for Mrs. Alice Bartram of Bramcote Hall. Mrs. Alice Bartram was married to the son of Rev. Canon Bartram of Canterbury who was also the rural dean of Dover, Kent.

Foster, Cooper and Foster. Ltd. original attribution labels to both table top and base.

Provenance Winchester Cathedral. 

English, circa 1820.

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