Bible Box Table c.1690

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Bible Box Table c.1690

THE HOUSE OF ANTIQUES
A wonderfully carved late 17th hand carved side table, this highly decorative and unique piece of furniture made from a 17th century bible box, the square detailed legs would have been added at a later date so that this item could be used as a functional item. Recently uncovered in a church in Cornwall. This item shows some wonderful surface detail and patination across the whole item.
Dimensions in inches: H 36 x W 16 x D 26.5
Origin: England
Period: 1690
Condition: Aged through wear and tear is present across this item, fading of the surface is present, a wonderful patination across the wood, aged wear in the form of scratches and fading across the legs. Its strongly suggested to view all the photos as part of this advert, before a purchase is made. This side table is hollow from underneath and is for decorative purposes only.

Period: 

1690

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