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17th Century Olive Oyster Stretcher Table


£5,200 | $7,080 USD | €5,788 EUR
Item Number: SA702178
Date of manufacture: 17th Century
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Everitt and Rogers
This antique has been viewed 21 times in the past month with the most views from France.


A beautiful William and Mary oyster stretcher table dating 1690,the top is inlaid with circles and hearts and banded in holy and has a wonderful colour and patina.The drawer again in olive oyster and banded in olive wood ,it has no handles, but an original key to open the drawer.The shaped stretcher veneered in walnut,the barley twists although not original have been on there a long while ,standing on later bun feet.
Overall a wonderful piece of good colour and patina.
Everitt and Rogers are a small family run business established in 1969,
specialising in 18th and 19th century furniture.
Now into its second generation,David Rogers and Darren Burgess both having over 30 years experience of dealing and restoring Antiques.
All pieces purchased from Everitt and Rogers will be in a condition that can go straight into any home,unless stated otherwise.
All restoration is carried out by ourselves in our workshop using traditional methods and always trying to keep the item original as possible.
Open mon-fri 8am-5pm (weekends by appointment,call 07812 733870)
We are accredited members of the British antique furniture restorers association (BAFRA)
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This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 17th Century.


Height = 77 cm (30.3")
Width = 96 cm (37.8")
Depth = 64 cm (25.2")

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Everitt and Rogers
Gowers Farm
Tumblers Green
CM77 8AZ
United Kingdom

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