Elm Top Refectory Dining Table
Yew and Oak Framework and Legs with gothic style leg brackets c.1820
An unusual table which was made to be stripped down into pieces for transport, but yet made of superior timbers, and a top which is a substantial 6cm's thick.
The top is made of Elm and is in two parts, having bowtie joints underneath.
Historic woodworm holes in places - all treated over 6 months period.
Sourced in Pembrokeshire, Wales
272cm Length x 119cm Width x 76cm Height with a 'leg height' of 55cm