Coming from a monastery, this 3 meter long table could easily accommodate a dozen monks. It was made in the 19th century in a unique way. In its own way, it is part of the tradition of Louis XIII furniture.
- Feet resting on balls have been turned into balusters
- the base consists of a double H-shaped spacer
- the walnut top brings together three impressive walnut planks of an exceptional length of 3 meters each.
This community table also has a particular sign. On each of the crosspieces there are eight niches. These sixteen small storage units in total constitute the unusual and original element of this table. Elegant and unique, it will shine in a large reception room.
Length: 3 meters, Height: 76 cm, Depth: 85 cm.