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Rustic Old Wood tables also extendable made of aged pine wood
Tables in aged pine wood can also be extended from kitchen, dining room, living room and table with wheels
The Treccani cites "mobile table consisting of a horizontal plane and used for different functions (the dining table, around which you sit to eat meals, is preferably said table)"
Although the definition is perfect seems a bit cold.
In fact it seems that the use of the table comes from the ancient Greeks and Romans, they used it not only as a convivial point but also for commercial negotiations or for worship.
It was essentially made up of a rectangular top on three feet or a central leg divided into three parts, the top could be made of wood, marble or even bronze.
In ancient imperial Rome, at its height, the tables were enriched with feet of ivory, gold, silver and even set with precious and rare stones.
All this change radically from the 14th century, where the table was stripped of everything, consisted of a bare axis, usually covered with tablecloth or carpet, to be disassembled and placed after lunch.
In the Renaissance period gave vent to the imagination, typical of the period, the legs were carved on the leg of a lion, chimera, acanthus leaf and the tops with inlays of ebony, ivory or hard stones.
In the 18th century in northern Europe, in England and France, different forms of the table were invented, with gates, hinged legs, split tops, large tables with a cook's top and gilded bronze cladding, small tables with drawers up to small night tables.
In Italy, from the 20th century, the conception of the table was modified, creating different types ranging from the desk to the lectern to the oval table. The strengths of our design are the result of an immense imagination and knowledge of the material.
The best table? You will find it in our collection, all made by the company Guarnieri, expert and refined Tuscan furniture manufacturer for three generations now. Some examples below