Solid Oak Cricket Table Circa 1780.

Product Code: MAE200218E
Availability: In Stock
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A fine and rare example of early period country furniture, the cricket table was first named and used during the 16th century. The French word “criquet” refers to its stick legs. And the table has three legs, so it can be used where the floor is uneven.
This item is of solid oak construction, with a round table top and 3 baluster legs with stretchered supports.
A very neatly proportioned table in original condition, strong and stable with a great original colour.

Top diameter 62cm/24.5"
H 61cm/24"

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