Early 20th Century Refectory Table Turned Ends


First quarter 20th Century

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2017
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A good early 20th-century solid oak refectory table with turned ballast ends. This is a good original quality, solid oak refectory table in its original condition. Having shaped baluster ends and a solid oak top with very small-shaped frieze. It retains its cream crackered washed out marked ink-stained look!

Depending on the situation you want to put it in, I would suggest if it’s in a tavern with lots of IPA, packets of pork scratching's and a shove halfpenny board on top, I would suggest we just wax it up. Alternatively, we could strip it and re-stain and polish it, please contact us for more information.

All in all, it's got a lot of potential for a lot of situations.

Product Code: TAB-07835


  • H: 77cm (30.31in)
  • W: 172cm (67.72in)
  • D: 66cm (25.98in)


First quarter 20th Century

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In 1978 Martin Taylor started his antiques company specialising in furniture from the eighteenth century to the 1930’s. His particular love was Victorian and Edwardian furniture. As time went by he found that more and more people bought his furniture for hotels, restaurants and pubs as centrepieces or bought sets of reclaimed chairs for dining.

Since 2008 Taylor's Classics has brought together a unique collection of chairs, tables, stools and benches that represent the best in British furniture over the past 250 years from Chippendale to Arts and Crafts. Our new reproduction furniture has been manufactured especially for the contract and hospitality markets.

All this is run alongside selling our original antique and vintage pieces from our 40,000 square foot warehouse, showrooms, factory and offices in Stafford.

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