An 18th Century Carpenter’s Workbench
An 18th century French carpenter’s workbench made from a massive, single plank of beechwood worn by many generations of use, above its four large stretcher-jointed legs and corbel reinforcements. Retaining its original timber wooden-screw vice. This workbench can be used as a quirky hall table, or console. Area of Normandy, circa 1750.
Condition report: In unrestored condition. Our workshop would suggest sympathetically repairing (and raising) the damaged feet, cleaning this workbench, and leaving it with its current driftwood-like dry patina.
Dimensions: 168 cm x 38 cm, height 67 cm.