circa: 1890 width: 46.5 height: 29.25 length: 42.75 This rustic pine kitchen table was hand-crafted in Victorian England around 1890. Today, the pine shows a great deal of character, complete with a rich complexion, a pronounced grain, and a lovely patina. The wood has also sustained a variety of wear marks and stains, which only add to the character of the piece. Crafted in a pembroke design, the table comes with two leaves that rise and fall, each held up by two small swinging supports. The leaves remain very sturdy and operate just as smoothly as ever, while the drawer pulls out easily and provides convenient storage. The casters, on the other hand, do not roll so easily as they once did. Several separations have also developed in the table top, but they are stable and cosmetic, so they do and will not adversely affect the structural integrity of the wood. Overall condition there remains good.
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