Early 19th Century French Provincial Mixed Wood Farmhouse Trestle Table
Quintessential country French provincial farmhouse trestle table hand-crafted from three different kinds of wood. The table features a thick 6.6 feet long rectangular plank top with breadboard ends. The top is constructed with three 1.5- inches thick burl walnut planks conjoined with exposed wooden dowels. The tabletop showcases naturally aged rustic patina on the wood finish having beautiful burl grains and rich brown/ amber color. The table has two massive storage drawers with dovetails and wrought iron pulls on each end with one central drawer that can be open from both sides. The table measures 21 inches from the floor to the apron. The apron was crafted from solid European Pine. The base of the table was crafted from solid walnut featuring thick, chunky square legs that have been chamfered conjoined by stretchers and naturally shaped curved apron with live edge. The mixed wood table has warm brown color with amber accents and a beautiful aged patina full of character and charm. Solid and stable with excellent joinery and craftsmanship and a Classic French profile. This type of French table is a versatile piece that makes it a great kitchen table or a display console table.
- Origin: Provence, France
- Dimensions: W 79.25" x D 33.25" x H 28.5" - apron clearance 21"
- Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Excellent joinery and craftsmanship with age-appropriate wear and natural warping. Aged, rustic patina on the finish as seen in photos. Natural age splits in the wood.