An early Australian colonial full cedar dining table. Made in the barossa valley circa 1850-1860 , it harks back to early Biedermeier and Regency examples. The solid turned single piece of cedar centre supports two massive cedar planks that form the top of the table. Thse planks are at the widest 56cm wide.
Completely original in finish and patina and fitted with brass bolts for tilting and on castors hidden within the scroll feet. seat 4-6 persons in comfort with the correct height for modern dining at 75 cm many early examples are only 72cm or less
Colonial Australia mid 19th century