Tables

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trestle table
Gothic table
Tudor trestle table
Elizabethan table

M9
Trestle table
Mediaeval, with two carved trestles and a loose top, to be dismantled and stacked at the side of the hall when not in use.

£75

M10
Gothic table
Mediaeval, with fixed top

£115

E23
Tudor trestle table

£90

E22
Elizabethan frame table
heavily carved

£200

Welsh table
Jacobean table
Dutch table
gateleg table

W12
Welsh table
Tudor onwards, suitable for more modest houses. The top is loose, with one side polished for eating and the other rough for work.

£60

JC9
Jacobean frame table
17th century, simpler than the Elizabethan version

£150

JC8
Dutch table
17th century.

£200

JC10
Gateleg table
A small table introduced in the second half of the 17th century

£150

Tudor side table
Renaissance table
Jacobean side table
cricket table

E19
Tudor side table
16th century onwards

£60

E56
Renaissance table
Continental-style console table for the grander house

£180

JC7
Jacobean side table
17th century

£85

W21
Cricket table
3-legged table, common in Wales

£40

carved dresser
kitchen table
long dresser

E24
Carved Tudor dresser
A dresser was a side table, with potboard, for preparing or dressing food

£55

E25
Kitchen Table
with potboard and hooks for hanging implements

£40

E52
long dresser
for food preparation

£50

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