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Reference: ZF0946

Table with lentil type leg. Walnut wood. Guadalajara, Spain, 17th century. Table with a flat rectangular board that has a drawer in front flanked by two corbels or smooth moldings, and is made of carved walnut wood, which has four turned legs in what is known as lentil type due to its shape based on small consecutive discs that are secured to each other at the bottom thanks to the presence of a smooth rectangular die in each one and an undecorated wooden crossbar. The front drawer, with a key closure and a weathered iron knob, has two carved rectangles flanking the lock hole and high-quality dovetail joints that are visible when opened. Compare, for example, with the walnut table with discs on the legs dated to the 17th century that is preserved in the collections of the old Municipal Museum of Madrid; with another dais table in walnut and pine wood with carved drawers and lenticular turned legs from the National Museum of Decorative Arts in Madrid, dated to the 17th century; or with a 17th century Castilian buffet table from the Cervantes Birthplace Museum (Alcalá de Henares, Madrid). Typologically, due to its decoration, it is a model with a long tradition in the Castilian school, particularly in the Guadalajara area.

· Size: 84,5x48,5x65 cms.

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