A fine Dutch 17th Century Oak Draw-leaf Table


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The rectangular top above a  geometrically inlaid frieze with  carved foliage scrolls in the  corners . On ring turned baluster legs and block–and-ball feet joined by an  X – shaped stretcher, party inlaid with ebony bands. Table can be extended on both short sides.

Provenance.

Castle  Eerde near Ommen in the state Overijsel in the Netherlands. Owned by the parents of Derk van Lynden (1670-1711) married in 1694 with Anna Wilhelmina Bentinck until 1948 in the collection of Barod van Pallandt. Bought in 1948 in the auction from the castle by my late father and grandfather.

Delft Antiques Fair 1949 – Mathieu Hart Antiques 

Private Dutch  collection.

 

The Netherlands,

Second half 17th century.

Period : Renaissance

 

 

Maximum length 274 cm (  108 inches.)


Material
Oak
Dimensions
81 x 84 x 152 cm
Price
Price on request
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