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Refectory table, carved skirt, bold turned
© CORDIER ANTIQUES & AUCTIONS, Camp Hill, PA, USA

Refectory table, carved skirt, bold turned legs. Oak,Possibly Spanish, 19th century. MEASUREMENTS: Top is 84" by 28-1/2" by 31" high. CONDITION: Glue blocks...

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