This elegant oval walnut table comes from a noble house in the Southwest for which it was commissioned in the 17th century. Reserved for the master of the house, for a solitary or accompanied supper, this oval table with intimate proportions was placed near a large fireplace, in a private space resembling a bedroom.
Its turned leg in beadwork allowing the assembly of the crosspiece in tenon and mortise connects it to the very first period of the Louis XIII style. Note the thickness of the top made up of two wide walnut planks.
Length: 152 cm, Height: 78 cm, Width: 112 cm.