Now you probably know this, an oak tree has growth rings like every other tree. What you may not know is that the medullary rays that run perpendicular to the grain are a distinguishing feature. In the 17th and 18th-century, the oak was quarter sawn along the line of the medullary; that is how you know this is the real deal, not a forgery. This piece is George I or slightly earlier.

A three panelled oak coffer with a plain planked top, perfect colour, proportion and medullary markings.

W1330mm x D690mm x H820mm

AGE CIrca 1700

STATUS Available

STOCK # 130-46

If you are interested in this piece or would like more details please call us on +64 9 529 1660 or email quoting #130-46.



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