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Item Name
6ft 6ins Square baluster table with 8 Dining chairs
Details The oak refectory table supported by two substantial square baluster pillars with a massive centre stretcher connecting the two, is being offered with 6 oak side chairs and 2 carvers. At 78ins long by 36ins wide, this makes an excellent family dining table. The chairs are the Bylaw slat-back style, based on designs circa 1720 and traditionally made using mortise, tenon and peg construction. This furniture is so substantial, future generations will be able to enjoy using it.
Stock No.
In the old Bylaw days the table was Ref No. 222B and the chairs No. 325
Current RRP
n/a - In 2006 the list price for the table was iro 3K and the 8 chairs iro 5K
Approx Age 22 years
Offer Price 1,000 for the table and 8 chairs considered for quick sale
Delivery Offer Buyer collects or arranges collection
Viewing Initially contact or phone 01568 780 216 - If no answer, please leave a message. Your preferred contact details will then be passed to the seller
Reason for Sale

Downsizing to a less traditional setting.

Known Faults The seller has included photos of a heat mark on the table top which should be relatively easy to remove. A gouge along the side edge of the top could easily be dark stained and filled with hard wax to make it less noticeable OR spoke shaved out and repolished. A DIY job if you are practical, or call in a restorer. Although chair seats show signs of fading after 22 years, the traditional upholstery remains sound. Loose covers are suggested... perhaps a winter and a summer set to suit their new dining environment.
Further Notes This furniture is priced to SELL. The price offer more than compensates for the wear and tear described. The faults identified can be removed with suitable restoration. The seller may consider separating the chairs from the table.
To purchase or for more information, please call Graham at Cottage Industry Marketing on 01568 780 216
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