This rare walnut table was probably executed in Aragon. Certain aspects in the construction and the distinctive spirally-fluted legs were specialities of cabinet-making in that province. The first scholar to discuss this type of table was A. Byne, whose early photograghs and drawings were first compiled in Spanish Interiors and Furniture, New York, 1921-1925 (Plates 257-259). A further related example in Fanlo in the region of Huesca, is illustrated in G. Hardendorff Burr, Hispanic Furniture, New York, 1964 (2nd ed.), p. 55, fig 53.