19th century French bakery table, unusual drawers


19th Century

United Kingdom

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19th century French bakery table, unusual drawers

This is a stunning 19th century french bakers tables. It most likely was used as counter or prepping table in a local boulangerie. The reason I think this is because the back has more detail that the front suggesting this would be the side that was seen. The very unusual sliding out drawers reveal a very large storage space which I was told was where the bread was stored. This is a gorgeous piece of French furniture which shows its age well. Lovely patina to the wood. The top shows a lot of wood worm holes but these have long since been active and I have also treated it again so there will be no problem any more. The size makes this and ideal console table or kitchen serving table.

Measurements- Height 85cm Length 196cm Depth 65cm Height of lower rail 63cm


  • H: 85cm (33.46in)
  • W: 196cm (77.17in)
  • D: 65cm (25.59in)


19th Century

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