An charming French golden oak trestle dining table, circa 1940. Simple, attractive construction with two broad boards joined for the top, capped by two end pieces. The tenon and key stretcher connects to the two solid legs, who's shape recalls a classical guitar body. Minimal decoration allows the wood grain and tone to stand out. Very light molding skims the top edges of the stretcher. The oak top has a lighter, more mellow tone than the oak base. Table seats approximately 10 people, floor to apron measurement is 28.5".
Condition: A few scratches and knots, some age cracking including one thin filled area. Some wear to the base, including a chip at the center of the stretcher. Screws to attach base to top are new.
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