This is an extremely large and well-proportioned cabriole leg farmhouse table, made in England in the nineteen-eighties, from lightly-used reclaimed pine, . The handsome table top is over 1.25” thick and has a beautiful grain pattern and nicely blunted corners. It attaches to the base with wooden cleats, which allow the top to respond to relative humidity by expanding and contracting without cracking or warping. The beaded aprons are mortised into the slender, gracefully curved cabriole legs. They allow a generous 24.5” knee clearance and space for four side chairs on each side, seating ten in all. Hand-polished to a warm honey glow with English paste wax.