A rare & unusual late 17th/early 18th century oak gateleg corner table with superb original patina (colour) and small proportions - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
This table consists of two solid oak leaves of triangular shape, the leaves forming a square shaped top when both open.
This leads down to the tri-form base having turned legs with a single gate and terminating with turned block feet, one of the legs having the word 'OVERSEER' stamped to the top.
This table is in excellent original condition, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home - this table is a real connoisseur's piece.
Height: 25.25'' / 64cm
Width: 19.25'' / 49cm (both leaves up)
27.5'' / 70cm (one leaf down)
Depth: 19.25'' / 49cm (both leaves up)
14'' / 35.5cm (one leaf down)