Early American Tavern Table. This is a work table that was used in a kitchen or a tavern. Made of walnut. It is probably of Pennsylvania origin, and dates from about 1750. The underside construction is right, and the boards are dry. The feet and stretchers show appropriate natural wear.The sides are held with wooden pins.
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