SALE! Antique French Harvest Table, Mid-1800s, Amazing Patina!
This gorgeous and rare 3-plank harvest table is a beauty! Made during the mid to late 1800s likely in France, it features a variety of exposed joinery methods: mortise and tendon and pegged joinery on the legs, and dovetail joinery between the planks. According to the estate from which this table was purchased, the three pine planks that make the top were originally church floor boards; this means the top boards could be significantly older than the period in which the table was built. Distinctively French in construction and style, this fabulous table likely graced a country farmhouse and saw many gatherings before it was carefully stored away sometime in the late 20th century. Made with oak legs, pine skirt, and top, there is also a little cutlery drawer built into the side; this drawer was missing it's knob, but we've replaced it with porcelain-style knob authentic to the period. It's long yet skinny dimensions make it a great piece for small spaces, seating up to 8 easily. The patina on this table is amazing, and could only be achieved by years of use and love; it's rustic, yet simple enough to pair with nearly any kind of chair, from modern to antique. One of a kind and truly a work of art. 75"L x 33"W x 30"H, SALE - WAS $2495, NOW $1995