Large Early 20th Century Vintage Enamel Topped Kitchen Scullery Table
Presented in smashing aged condition, it’s unusually large for an enamel topped table and would sit at least 6 if you wished.
It’s in the kind of condition you hate or love – lots of knocks and bumps to the cream painted legs with bits of dull red colour and pine poking through. The enamel top with its black edge is historically worn but nothing ugly or fresh. This would have sat in a large kitchen or scullery and used as a prep table. It possesses a large, deep drawer to one end – used for kitchen utensils or the like.
Workshop report - Without doubt this one has been used in its time – the painted slightly angled legs are time scuffed and chipped. The enamel top, as mentioned, is worn with few chips on the edges. The drawer is worn but adequate with splits on the base. Historic worm which we have treated just as a precaution to the drawer. Its smells fine. We would say “well aged”.
A great looking kitchen prep table which would double up nicely as a dining table.
Dimensions – Overall: Height 74.5cm x Width 169.5cm x Depth 77cm
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