Trestle table

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Date:1840 - 1860 (c.)

Description:This is a pine tavern table with a cleated plank top and 'X' frame end-supports, joined by raised and square section stretchers. Victorian trestle tables are very common as their strong 'X' frame ensured long lives, even in taverns. This one dates from the mid 19th century. Height 735mm, Length 1510mm, Width 780mm


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1700s
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Comb-back Windsor armchair

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1740s
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Comb-back Windsor armchair - front

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1770s
Side table - detail
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1800s
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Solid seat turner's chair

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1870s
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Tub chair - front

This tub chair is made of elm. It has a flattened toprail, and a curved slatted ...

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Source: Compton Verney House Trust

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