Amsterdam School Side Table in Oak, the Netherlands 1930s

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Amsterdam School Side Table in Oak, the Netherlands 1930s

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  • Dimensions

    Diameter: 77.5 cm / 30.5" | Height: 64 cm / 26.7"

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A very refined Dutch side table that is made entirely of beautiful oak from the 1930s. This item is elegant in all its simplicity and has a warm patina.

The middle part of the leg consists of two interlocking parts that form a cross. Very subtly black cylindrical feet have been placed under this leg, which is slightly abraded at the bottom so that the table is stable. Its leg is interrupted halfway with a circular leaf that is decorated or finished with veneer placed in a crafted and artistic manner.

The top leaf is of course smaller in size but also shows an interesting finish. In particular, the cross that corresponds to the foot is very stylishly incorporated into the veneer and the wood shows a beautiful drawing. Shadows are the outcome effect created by the corners and ensure that this side table itself creates a dramatic effect. It therefore will blend beautifully into your interior and quietly claims its position relative to other furniture pieces.

The condition of this table is consistent with age and use and has definitely contributed to the beneficial patina.

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Customer Reviews

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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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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