DT-77 Pine Wall Board Top Farm Table
The pine for the top of this farm table was originally cut from an old growth tree and used as structural walls in a home circa 1820. At a later date, plaster was used to cover the walls. Lathe boards were nailed to the original pine walls to hold the plaster in place. The pine wall boards are striped because the plaster bleached them. Where they are not bleached is where the wooden lathe boards were nailed. The tapered legs for this table are made from very old pine beams. The end result is a beautiful farm table with a hisotry of days gone by. . .
Measurements: 84" (7') long x 40" deep x 30" high
Please call the showroom at 508-222-7200 to get a price, to purchase or ask questions.