Large console side table with 19th century top and bases

As we have a large stock and are always discovering new treasures sometimes we find matches made in heaven. As for example this 19th century Asian one slab elm top fitted perfectly on a pair of early winerank supports. The top probably started out as a altar table and the supports are early 20th century. The latter made by French winefarmers. When graperanks didn't produce anymore they would cut them down and recycle the wood as much as possible.... in this case as stools. Alltough seperated by a century and thousands of miles the come together quite well. Time gave them a matching patina and the proportions work beautifully well. Both are rare; the top has unusually large dimlensions and it is extremely rare to find one piece solid slabs in old elm. The stools usually didn't survive as they were used on the countryside for all possible purposes. But here they are and happy to present them. 352 long x 49 deep x 77 high, ref. 8005

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