Pair of Amsterdam School Nesting Tables by 't Woonhuys, 1930s

Pair of Amsterdam School Nesting Tables by 't Woonhuys, 1930s
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Pair of Amsterdam School Nesting Tables by 't Woonhuys, 1930s

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    The big table is 51.5 cm width x 35.5 cm depth x 45.5 cm height, the small table is 48 cm width x 28.5 cm depth x 40.5 cm height // The big table is 20.3" width x 14" depth x 17.9" height, the small table is 18.9" width x 11.2" depth x 15.9" height

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Great set of two Amsterdam School nesting tables by 't Woonhuys from the 1930s. ‘t Woonhuys was a furniture factory in Amsterdam and was founded around 1907 and is most well-known for the architectural creations of Michel de Klerk. These nesting tables fit perfectly underneath each other and have a soft look due to the rounded corners of the tops. The legs also have a slightly curved model at the top, giving the whole table an elegant feel. They are made of wood and a clearly marked at the bottom. The tables are in good condition with normal wear and tear due to their age, especially some restoration marks.

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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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