Small solid oak side table, Louis XVI style - 1900

20th century
Louis XVI
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Small table in solid oak, with a top made of two boards perfectly joined, making their junction almost indistinct. The edge of the top is scalloped.
    This piece of furniture opens at one of its ends by a drawer with an iron lens button.
    The four sides of the belt are worked with scalloping, offering successions of circular patterns projecting and overlapping. Central flowers constitute their rallying points.
    The whole rests on four sheathed feet, enriched on their four sides with friezes of pearls, of decreasing sizes, cut in the thickness of the wood.
    This design brings finesse to this small, light and adaptable side table.
    Period : 1900
    Excellent condition after restoration in our workshop. After stripping, only waxed finish.
    Possible delivery, in France and in Europe, by our partner specialized in the transport of furniture.
    Dimensions :
    To the tray: Length: 69 cm / Width: 47.5 cm / Height: 70.5 cm
    Ref : 634 T


    Country of origin France
    Style Louis XVI (Other tables of Louis XVI Style)
    Century 20th century (Other tables 20th century)
    Length (cm) 69
    Width (cm) 47.5
    Height (cm) 70.5
    Materials Oak 
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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