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Reference: ZF0619

Table with fork fasteners. Walnut wood, wrought iron. Spain, 17th century. Table made of carved and turned walnut wood with four A-shaped legs, two wrought iron fork fasteners and drawers on both fronts (a total of four) decorated with plant-themed carvings. The legs have a turning of the type known as "lentil", with different types of discs depending on their width, creating a symmetrical composition, and located on and under a simple cylindrical heel. The chambranas have been carved with simplified plant forms, and the fasteners have disc decoration and balustraded forms. The drawers are interspersed with projecting pieces in the shape of “ese” and have oval handles, and the sides have simple geometric carvings. Compare, for example, with the walnut table with discs on the legs dated from the 17th century that is conserved in the collections of the old Municipal Museum of Madrid; with the office of the Inquisition of the National Museum of Decorative Arts in Madrid (in details such as the layout of the drawers); or with another table in walnut and pine wood with carved drawers and lenticular-turned legs from the same museum, dating from the 17th century; a Castilian buffet table from the 17th century in the Museo Casa Natal de Cervantes (Alcalá de Henares, Madrid).

· Size: 83x118x73 cms.

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