Saturday, September 17, 2016
From simple antique plank top refectory to more articulate carved details from Gothic, Tudor and Jacobean incfluences there are a range of styles at all lengths - 8ft , 10ft, 12ft and larger up to 3 to 4 metres. For versiity there are antique draw leaf refectoru tables which offer a smaller 6 to 8 seat table that can be extended out to set 10, 12 or more people when required. For more provincial rustic look there are farmhouse refectory tables which are structured with very simple legs and primitive plank top. At Elisabeth James we specialise in bespoke finihsing of all our antique tables so possible to provide you with scrub top look, deeply wax patinated or polished to your chosen shade to match chairs, dresser, etc. .Fantastic informal antique tables for todays open plan casual dining and as grand feature pieces in period houses.
The trend is for antique farmohuse tables to be long, rustic and yet sturdy. a typically good example if this Antique Refectory Table
14ft Long Of 17th Century Charles II Design. Have a look at our recent find here at Elisabeth Antiques. This particular Charles II design antique refectory table is ideal for entertaining an army of people when the need arises. at 14ft length this is pretty large example ideal for huge orangery, banquet hall or maybe hunt table.
Head to our ‘Dining Tables
’ section to have a look at more examples of large antique farmhouse tables. All our products are absolutely genuine and untouched retaining their original period charm and appeal.