Spanish refectory table, 17th century
refectory table – antique dining table
Important antique dining table in walnut wood with chestnut top, the front has 3 drawers, two of important size and the middle one smaller.
Heart-shaped keyholes and hanging handles
The refectory is the monks’ dining room in monasteries and convents. It is generally rectangular in shape and is located in the gallery opposite the church. The tables used by the monks in the monasteries’ dining rooms are therefore called the Refectory Table.
Period: 17th century
Origin: Tower house in the Basque Country
Measurements: Length 192cm x depth 63cm x height 86cm
Height from floor to drawer 61 cm.
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