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Antique Tables - 2m to 2.5m

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Walnut trestle table - circa 1850

£5,000 Ref 307

Antique cherry table

£3,300 Ref 9

Antique cherry refectory table.

£4,000 Ref 317

Two plank top lovely antique dining table

£2,850 Ref 300

Beautiful cherry French farmhouse table with bread slide

£2,900 Ref Sor

Antique applewood French farmhouse table

£2,200 Ref 305

Antique walnut farmhouse table with tapered legs

£3,700 Ref 299

Antique centre stretcher table with gorgeous tactile top

£3,000 Ref 306

18th Century style x-frame farmhouse table

£3,500 Ref 002

Antique late 19th Century Oak farmhouse table 7ft

£3,500 Ref 283

19th Century cherry oval table

£3,100 Ref 277

An beautiful cherry refectory farmhouse table.

£3,500 Ref 268

Antique Pine dining table

£1,700 Ref 213

Oval Country drop leaf table

£2,600 Ref 973

Antique cherry single Extending table

£4,300 SOLD Ref 304

Oak rustic farmhouse table

£2,500 SOLD Ref 308

Antique cherry 8ft table with drawer and cleated ends

£3,950 SOLD Ref 296

6ft 10" Antique Pale oak farmhouse table

£2,950 SOLD Ref 292

Stunning Elm antique farmhouse table with bread slide

£6,000 SOLD Ref 290

6' 7 ft French farmhouse elm table with lovely little breadslide

£3,600 SOLD Ref 275

Antique cherry h/stretcher

£4,000 SOLD Ref 258

Antique Dark 3 Plank Oak Table

£2,800 SOLD

Elm Normandy end stretcher table

£3,500 SOLD Ref 204

Thick top Antique Elm Normandy Table

£4,500 SOLD Ref 189

Antique chestnut/cherry double draw leaf table

£5,900 SOLD Ref 136

At Antique Tables we always have in stock a good variety of 2 metre to 2.5 metre size antique tables and farmhouse tables around 6 feet to 7 feet in length.

Tavern tables with X Frame stretchers and Windsor chairs were often seen in the ale houses and harvest tables and convent tables were used to furnish village meeting halls. At first the provincial tables were simple and rustic with square camfered legs but when lathe turning was mastered by the local carpenters and joiners, simple round turned leg, bobbin, twists and baluster shapes were also used for decoration. Single and double drawer leaf table designs were introduced in France and Italy along with tapered leg kitchen tables.

French provincial antique tables have remained unchanged and the designs are still simple like they have been for centuries. Some have included bread slides, extension leaves and large drawers to replace the dough tables. H-stretchers and end stretcher bases were added for stability. Thick chunky legs with canted corners, delicate tapering or cabriole legs are all incorporated into their designs.

Most of the early refectory tables were made in oak, ash or elm, but examples of chestnut, walnut, pear, apple, cherry and other fruitwoods are also found, especially in France where French Farmhouse tables were made using all the local woods.

Styles and construction of French Country Furniture were very regional. Elm and beech Normandy tables came from Northern France, chestnut and oak tables in Brittany, walnut banquet and chateau tables to the south and pine in the Alps. We have a huge variety available with us. Check out the website for all the available options.