About a month ago I picked up two dining tables on a house call. One of them was an early 20th century oak library table that I've refinished and is now my dining room table. The other was a beyond beautiful, stop you in your tracks amazing farm table. It breaks my heart, but it's just a little too big to fit in my little dining room (curses that I don't own a huge antique house yet!), so I'm going to have to let it go. It's solid oak, or possibly chestnut, and it's in perfect condition. It dates to about 1875-1900 I'd say. The dimensions, turnings, everything is just so wonderful. I did a little work on the surface of the top, but otherwise It didn't require too much. I just thought you'd like to see some pictures of it :) It's for sale on Craigslist, so just shoot me an email if you're interested!