Fratino dining table, XVII century

A fratino is a long and narrow table connected by two crosspieces, these tables were found in the refectories of convents.
This table has a special feature, the legs tilt inwards to fold it, making it a travel table.

One-piece walnut top.
Feet in balusters decorated with acanthus leaves.
Iron twisted sleepers.

17th century,

Height: 30,10 inch (79cm)
Width: 62,59 inch (159cm)
Depth: 31,88 inch (81cm)

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