A large beechwood carpenter's etabli workbench, French 1919. Made and marked by J.G. in 1919, the workbench shows signs of decades of hard use, just as you'd want on such a piece. It has a beautiful, warm surface with lots of cuts and pitting, as well as drilled holes for various tool storage. One large iron clamp can be placed in any of the larger holes. A smaller wooden clamp sits flush on the left side near the massive wooden clamp worked by the large steel bar screw. A single drawer on the right with twisted iron drop pull, and a swiveling hidden wooden grease pot on the left. Sturdy wooden legs and a pine planked bottom shelf for storage. Excluding the clamp, table depth is 21".
Condition: Great rustic antique condition. Lots of marks throughout from a century of use as a workbench. Back plank and boards on the bottom are replaced, common on etablis.
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