A very eye-catching French Art Deco sideboard of size and precisely manufactured in the 1930s. The highest quality walnut wood has been used for this copy.
On all four door panels, the veneer, which shows a dramatic drawing, is beautifully mirrored. This way it seems like the pattern is repeated over the entire length. The many natural lines are characteristic of the root wood because it undergoes such erratic growth when it originates. It is also a precious part of the wood and is difficult to work with, making the result with this veneer even more impressive. A decoration in the form of nickel-plated ornaments has been applied to the four corners.
Behind the doors, you will find a considerable amount of storage space that is also wholly finished in light-colored beech wood. This gives a pleasant contrast to the walnut wood. A black Marquina marble top with white veins rests on the top. An absolute addition to the luxurious appearance of the sideboard.
Everything is a completely high gloss lacquered and the item is in a beautiful condition without noticeable damage.