A rare find, this compact and completely genuine antique table combines a naturally patinated top with darker elegantly turned legs. Yes it is true we have a small furniture crush on this one. We feel given that this table has been around for 100 years and looks like is is ready for another century of use, it is justified. $395
137 cms widex 76 cms deep and 74 cms high.
A compact chest of drawers made in cedar and exhibiting excellent original, unrestored patina.
Please note that at this time we have a larger version in stock, in the same classic style.
92 cms wide, 43 cms deep and 82cms high.
We have been operating for 30 years, selling antique furniture on consignment from this Victorian terrace shop.
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