During the 16th century, Spanish design was a unique blend of Renaissance and Moorish design. In this table (or escritoire) we see how the two styles have been combined with a simple, square edged, plank table top and heavy carving on the table skirt and drawer fronts. Referred to as a long table, a term that supersedes the name refectory table which once applied to a table of this size but was changed c.1540 after the abolishment of the monasteries during the reformation. It is supported on ring turned spindle legs with spreader bars just above floor level. The four drawer fronts are decorated with a leaf carving and have ring style drawer pulls. A similar carving has been repeated on the remaining three sides of the table apron. Available in a walnut finish.
Dimensions: 2 1/2”H x 2 1/2”W x 6”D
Manufactured by: JBM Miniatures