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Harvest Table

Harvest Table

$3,595$3,995

circa 1790-1810

 

Long drop-leaf tables have often been called harvest tables, a term most likely derived from the Early American tradition of preparing a large dinner after a successful harvest. We make a basic New England Hepplewhite harvest table with delicately tapered legs and single-board drop leaves. Each leaf is held upright by two wooden supports protruding from the frame.

 
Available in 58″ and 74″ lengths. Full dimensions below.
 

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circa 1790-1810

 

Long drop-leaf tables have often been called harvest tables, a term most likely derived from the Early American tradition of preparing a large dinner after a successful harvest. We make a basic New England Hepplewhite harvest table with delicately tapered legs and single-board drop leaves. Each leaf is held upright by two wooden supports protruding from the frame. Our harvest table is available in two sizes.

 

Dimensions:

Height: 29″   Width closed: 20.5″   Width open: 41.5″   Length: 58″
Height: 29″   Width closed: 20.5″   Width open: 41.5″   Length: 74″

 

This table can also be made in custom sizes. Call or email for a quote.

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