An Oak Dining Table by Reynolds of Ludlow, c.1960
This dining table is made of oak in the Cotswold School style. It has a bevelled edge around the top, chamfered legs, exposed pegs and a floor-level stretcher. Designed by Arthur Reynolds and made c.1960 by his company, Reynolds of Ludlow, it is ideal for four diners and can accommodate six. It bears a metal maker's label on the underside.
It measures 137cm long, 75cm wide and 73cm high.
The table is in good and solid condition with a few minor marks to the top. The base is darker with some staining and watermarks.
It is available to view in our Nottingham shop (please phone to make sure it is on display) or delivery can be arranged.