Small writing table in solid cherry wood - 1st part 19th century

1.300
19th century
Louis XVI, Directoire style
DELIVERY
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Small Writing Table entirely designed in solid Cherry, with Rectangular Framed Top with Miter Cut.
    This top is highlighted by a Groove Molding cut into its perimeter.
    This Occasional Furniture opens in Belt, with a long drawer 6.5 cm deep, equipped with two Brass Pull Knobs.
    The Ensemble rests on four Gainés legs, in the Directoire style. These end with small Brass Clogs.
    We will appreciate the slender silhouette and the sobriety of this writing table. With its Modest dimensions, we can grant it several uses.
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    Period: 1st part 19th century.
    Perfect condition after restoration in our workshop. Waxed finish only.
    Delivery possible, in France and in Europe, by our partner specialized in furniture transport.
    Dimensions:
    On the Tray: Length: 76 cm Width: 54 cm Height: 70.5 cm
    Body: Length: 71.5cm Width: 50.5cm
    Ref: 124 P

    Ref: OHSTO03FHJ

    Style Louis XVI, Directoire style
    Century 19th century
    Length (cm) 76
    Width (cm) 54
    Height (cm) 70.5
    Materials Brass, Wild cherry 
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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