Rustic Oak Cricket Table with Splay Stick Legs English Circa 1850


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A primitive three-legged oak cricket table with round plank top; Rustic rural small circular table on splay stick legs. The round top displays a rich patina and desirable antique wear overall. 1

height: 24.5 in. (62 cm.)
diameter: 24 in. (61 cm.)

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  1. Cricket tables originated in rural England and were versatile, often used for household tasks such as serving tea, holding candles, or playing card games. A tripod base would offered stability on uneven surfaces. These tables originated in rural England. Their practical design made them a staple in 18th and 19th-century English cottages. Cricket tables were typically made from locally sourced woods like oak and built to withstand everyday use. The round top and three-legged design of these tables reflect the simplicity and functionality of rural furniture.

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