Refectory Table

This handsome long table is most commonly referred to as a “refectory table”. A Refectory was an area used by monks to eat in monasteries.Ironically, these tables were not used that way but people thought they were during the Victorian area. Originally called “long tables”, the Victorian nickname stuck and is used today. Commonly thought of as a “farm table” this table can be used in a variety of ways.  This particular table was made during the early to mid-17th century. The finish is old but not original. The table has a wonderful, warm luster. It appears to be made out of English Oak. It is 89 ¼” long 27 ¼” wide, and 30 ¾” tall. English. Circa 1650.

Price: $2895

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