Circa 1920, good oak refectory style dining table in the style of Heals of London, made by Reynolds of Ludlow England. The rectangular top has a chamfered edge and is made in sections of quarter sawn oak. The top is fixed to a simple undercarriage, with two under stretchers and three cross stretchers. All standing on four square legs which have chamfered corners and at the base is an oak stretcher with similar chamfering (makers label in the centre) and two squat trestle ends which finish in slightly rounded ends. The table has peg joints and is light in colour.
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