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The English Refectory Dining Table

Theodore Alexander
Classic yet Casual Collection

Quick Specs

  • Type: Tables
  • Width: 72"
  • Height: 30"
  • Depth: 34"
 

by Theodore Alexander

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A refectory dining table, with planked rectangular top, turned column supports, stepped feet and stretcher. The original 17th century English.
Style Stuart
Category Tables
Type Dining Tables
Main Materials Tulip
Shape Rectangular
Clearance under apron Clearance under apron 27 3/4 inches 70.61 cm
Seats closed 8

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Tables

  • Dimensions

  • Width: 72"
  • Height: 30"
  • Depth: 34"

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