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18th Century Elm Farm Table
$9,875.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR brown
CONDITION Very Good; normal wear and shrinkage for age and use..
DIMENSIONS 118.5" L x 32.63" W x 30.75" H
ERA Antique: 18th century
MADE IN France
MADE OF elm
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Aug 22 - Aug 27
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
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Black Sheep Antiques was started in 1999 by third-generation antiques dealer David Byerly and his wife Susan. The couple travel throughout Europe to find the best and most interesting pieces of antique furniture and home accessories. Through One Kings Lane and their 10,000 square-foot shop in Highpoint, NC, they offer countless charming and unforgettable antique items.
Why we love this
18th Century French farm table made from elm. The top is comprised of two wide boards, which are banded on the ends for shrinkage. The apron is simple, and measures 23.63" high, and the piece is raised on tapered legs.
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