A. W. N. Pugin (1812 - 1852)
Made by John Webb
Museum no. W-26-1972
Oak table of a simple braced and pegged construction in the manner of a Medieval design. Two curved X- frame supports on either side with a trident support and large stretcher along the bottom attached to two stretcher legs.
Pugin was the leading proponent of the Victorian Gothic style. He owned a large collection of original medieval carvings which were a source of inspiration for his work.