Amsterdam School Side Table in Massive Oak with Coromandel, the Netherlands 1920s

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Amsterdam School Side Table in Massive Oak with Coromandel, the Netherlands 1920s

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    Diameter: 70 cm / 27.6" | Height: 62 cm / 25.8"

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A very lovely and charming Amsterdam School side table made of oak and exotic coromandel wood details from the 1920s. The top has a thickness of two and a half centimeters and has a very crafty mirroring veneer inlay. The middle part of the foot is rectangular and extends all the way to the bottom. An extra small-sized and half-round leaf is placed on all surfaces of this foot. This creates a kind of flower shape.

The entire underside of the foot and the raised edges that support the small leaves under the top are decorated with coromandel strips. A very subtle and typical embellishment for that time. It is a beautiful side table that can also serve as a coffee table. The condition is entirely consistent with age and use. We see some old scratches and dents on the edges, but they have the same patina, which is beautiful.

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Customer Reviews

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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Shawn Henderson

Interior Designer - New York USA
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Table arrived very well crated, seller made process seamless.

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Trey Beck

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

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