Shop online for 17th Century Gate Leg Tables to view, listed by antique dealers throughout the UK. A gateleg table is a type of furniture first introduced in England in the 16th century. The table top has a fixed section and one or two hinged leaves, which, when not in use, fold down below the fixed section to hang vertically. Browse dining-tables-wood-17th-century for sale, thousands of dining-tables-wood-17th-century available!. Antique Oak Gateleg Dining Table, 17th Century. Large 17th century oak gateleg table.
Gateleg tables were a particular stroke of genius in the 17th century. These crafty, practical innovations killed two birds with one stone: they met the need for smaller, more ‘occasional’ tables outside of the dining room, and they offered a large enough space for groups to eat around in smaller houses, while collapsing to keep from dominating the entire room. An early 18th Century antique oak gateleg table of excellent colour and patina with well-turned baluster and vase shaped supports. A mid 17th Century Derbyshire oak gate-leg table which has an oval top on bobbin turned legs and gates with square block feetThe table has old woodworm which is no. In the early 20th century the gateleg table again become popular as a small dining table, in a revived Jacobean style. A 17th century oak gateleg table, oval, with drop sides and double swing gates, on bobbin turned legs.
Use this glossary-style article to learn how to identify a gate-leg table. Dating from the late 16th century, this Baroque piece of portable furniture flourished throughout the 17th century and is highly characteristic of Jacobean and William and Mary furniture, representing the less formal, more intimate dining customs of the period. We have some great Late 17th Century Antique Furniture for sale, from British antique dealers shipping throughout the UK and worldwide. 18th Century English Oak Five-Sided Table. H 28.75 in. William and Mary Period Gate Leg Table. Rare 17th Century Gateleg Table of Small Proportions.
Antique Gateleg Tables Of The 17th Century
For Sale on 1stdibs – English 17th Century Oak Gateleg Table This is a wonderful old original gateleg table with two flaps (one gate supporting each flap). For Sale on 1stdibs – A large 17th century oak gateleg table with bobbin turned legs. This table has an oak plank top with one drawer and is supported by bobbin turned legs. Hi I inherited from my mother what I believe to be a 17th century oak gate leg table and would like to know what it is worth should I decide to sell it and also the best place. Antique English, Handcrafted 17th Century Drop-Leaf Dining Table. It is in the 17th Century style with rich honey colour. Add to favourites Report. 1,500. See product Picture 19th Century Antique Oak Gateleg Table. 6. A very fine William & Mary gate leg table with the finest turned legs and stretchers, original hinges with leather washers and rose-headed nails, original knob and drawer, and retaining its original brownish-red stained surface. A rare 17th century chest with four panel front and double-paneled ends in near perfect condition.
Definition And Examples Of A Gateleg Antique Table
17th Century Gateleg Table Circa 1680. W-128 D-111 H-72 (cm). Cost: 975.00 Buy it now. See Supersize Photos in a Pop-up Window. Ref No: 44992-1222-1. A Late 17th Century Drop Leaf Writing Table. Fitted with two drop leaves over a single drawer raised on tapering fluted legs terminating in briganza feet with the drop leaves being supported by a single gate leg action. Product: Late 17th Century Oak Gateleg Table. Retailer: 1stdibs. An unusual late 17th century oak gateleg table of small proportions and good patina (colour). 16th, 17th and 18th century antique oak, mahogany and walnut furniture. William and Mary oak gateleg dining table of large proportions with drawer over turned baluster legs and turned gate stretchers.
Check out Karen Keane’s ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisal of this Massachusetts William & Mary Gateleg Table, ca. 1690 from Boston, Hour 2!. 17th Century, Colonial. Form. 17th century joined oak gate leg table of small proportions. Each gate simply made from square sections and the trestle ended stand with cutout designed feet.