This stunning early american primitive mid-19th century saw buck cook's table has such incredible wear and patina, you won't believe your eyes. The table top has gorgeous different sized pieces of lumber pieced together, and features beautiful signs of wear, patina and usage, including a character enhancing burn mark. on the bottom square nuts and a wooden peg on the outside of either end hold the legs together. It dates somewhere around 1850-1870. It's a wonderful size for a small dining table or even potentially a large side table. Don't let this one get away, or you'll be dreaming of it for years to come.
DIMENSIONS: 30ʺW × 28.75ʺD × 30.75ʺH
There are many knicks, dings, and blemishes which are considered integral to the character and desirability of this piece. As such, they are far too numerous and not useful to list. The table is fairly sturdy, considering it is 150+ years old, and it sits evenly on the ground. It is probably not suitable to carry too terribly much weight, but could potentially handle that if the weight were centered.