Octagonal Amsterdam School Side Table in Stained Beech, The Netherlands 1930

Octagonal Amsterdamsche School Side Table in Stained Beech, The Netherlands 1930s
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Octagonal Amsterdam School Side Table in Stained Beech, The Netherlands 1930

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  • Dimensions

    Width: 80 cm / 31,5'' - Depth: 80 cm / 31,5'' - Height: 71 cm / 28''

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This beautiful side table from the Amsterdam School style is characterized by its octagonal shape and is made of high-quality beech wood. The table shows the typical characteristics of the Amsterdam School, with its robust yet elegant design. The details in the woodwork and the sturdy legs emphasize the craftsmanship and aesthetic vision of this art movement .In addition to its aesthetic value, the table also offers practical benefits with an extra shelf for storage space. This table is not only a functional piece of furniture, but also an artistic object that makes a special addition to any interior.

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The condition of this table is very good.

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

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