American Oak Library Table

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Initially manufactured in the 1860s American oak furniture ascended to first place in popularity through the early 1900s.  Today, it is again very desired. ~From our New England picker comes this nice American Oak Library Table.  Made and sold by the Larkin (Soap) Company of Buffalo, NY this library table was marketed in the 1917-18 Larkin catalog "Given for a $10 purchase of products or for $10 in coupons and shipped knocked-down to save freight-charges; easily set up".  Today, it is offered assembled and the price of this piece is slightly more... The lovely grain of quarter-sawn oak flows over the entire piece.  Incised carving decorates the skirt, the legs, and the drawer front.  Below the shapely stretcher provides an additional surface area for storage.  This nice library table has been professionally restored and refinished and is ready for your home.     

Item Details

Reference #:
WHA 212
Quantity
1
Category
Furniture & Furnishings
Department
Antiques
Year
c.1900
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
36.00 x 29.00 x 24.00
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Restored/Refinished
Material