Amsterdam School Coffee Table in Oak and Coromandel Details, 1930s

Amsterdam School Coffee Table in Oak and Coromandel Details, 1930s
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Amsterdam School Coffee Table in Oak and Coromandel Details, 1930s

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  • Dimensions

    Width: 65 cm / 25,6'' - Depth: 65 cm / 25,6'' - Height: 70 cm / 27,6''

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This interesting Amsterdam School coffee table seems to pretty straightforward, but looking at it has some pretty nice features. A combination of round and straight shapes can be observed.

Design

This coffee table is executed in oak with coromandel details on the top and legs. On top of the table it looks like a star shape with eight sides. On the legs, a coromandel detail almost shows a point towards the feet that also have round shapes. Visually, it makes the table almost look ‘lighter’ than it is as it floats a bit on the legs. This table can also be used as a side table and is designed in the typical Amsterdam School style with the combination of oak and coromandel. The lower round integrated magazine rack makes it also a very practical table

Condition

The table is in good functioning condition with some wear and tear due its age as it is almost a hundred years old. We think this patina adds to the charm of this table.

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Customer Reviews

Trey Beck

Customer - Paris
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Excellent responsiveness, and with wonderful curatorial chops!

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Angela de Santiago

Customer - Paris
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Quality, flexibility, very good communication, very happy with the coffee table I bought.

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Joel Telpner

Customer - Denver USA
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This bar is amazing. Beautiful and exactly as described. A custom crate (which was a work of art itself) was built in order to ship the piece to the U.S. The bar arrived in perfect condition without a scratch. I will say that take the crate apart was not easy and was a two-person job. But worth it in the end

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