This elegant late 18th century Spanish colonial altar table from Mexico was fashioned out of hand hewn Montezuma Cypress timbers, or Sabino, more than 200 years ago. The sabino is a sacred tree native to Mexico that has been utilized by Aztec civilizations for it's healing properties since Pre-Columbian times. It became the national tree of Mexico in 1910.
In addition to the table's unique wood composition, other interesting details include large exposed iron nail heads, a chip carved and scalloped perimeter stretcher and splayed legs on both sides. Chiapas / Oaxaca, Mexico. Circa 1750 - 1800.
Dimensions: 102 inches long x 30 inches wide x 32.5 inches high.
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