Diameter: 59 cm / 23.2" | Height: 67 cm / 26.4"
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This beautifully refined Dutch 1930s side table, entirely in the Art Deco style is made with an eye for detail. The organic or spider-like legs make the first round shelf almost seem to float. The shelf is about three to four millimeters thick and falls very nicely on the two crossbars that run underneath. In addition to their constructive function, the legs also offer a major aesthetic addition. Mahogany is used for the legs and the bottom shelf and shows a beautiful drawing.
The patina also deserves an honorable mention and is completely diffused over the table due to the age and use of this item. Let's move a bit to the top. A special decoration in the form of decorative nails has been applied between the side of the top and the actual top. These are applied evenly over the edge and provide a special detail. On the actual top, we see four mahogany veneer parts that are mirrored from each other. A star shape has also been created in the middle, existing out of four parts of the coromandel veneer. A fine piece of craftsmanship.
The condition of this table is entirely in accordance with age and use so that small chips on the edges and minimal color differences are visible. This does not detract from the beautiful vintage look.
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We offer world wide delivery. Free delivery for the Netherlands and Belgium.
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