19th Century Pine Farmhouse Kitchen Table


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19th Century Pine Farmhouse Kitchen Table

This lovely example of a 19th century pine farmhouse kitchen table has a well patinated top and stands on four turned legs. There is a drawer at one end. This table is a lovely golden colour, typical of aged pine.

The condition is good, the table stands well, there is a historic repair to one leg but this is strong and the table solid. There are some marks as can be expected from a used and loved table from the Victorian era, this merely adds to the appeal. The table is a good size for the average family seating 6 comfortably.

c. 1880

Length 60" 153 cm
Width: 35" 90 cm
Height: 30" 76 cm


  • H: 76cm (29.92in)
  • W: 153cm (60.24in)
  • D: 90cm (35.43in)



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United Kingdom


Hobson May Collection is a mother and daughter team with a passion for unusual and decorative antiques. Carole and Rachel carefully select furniture and other decorative pieces from their regular trips around the UK and beyond.

Taking inspiration from the classic English country house, the old school style of the gentlemen's club and the glamour of the French chateau and mixing with more contemporary pieces creates a collection perfect for the 21st Century home.

After 30 years experience working with designers and private clients in the UK and Europe, Carole and Rachel are excited to launch their new online business and hope that customers will enjoy visiting their new site.

Hobson May Collection prides itself on providing a friendly and helpful service, whether it is help in starting a collection, adding to an existing one or simply a one-off purchase. Please do not hesitate to get in touch regarding any query you may have.

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