Unusual Inlaid French Victorian Antique Whatnot / Side Table

£575.00

Unusual Inlaid French Victorian Antique Whatnot / Side Table

This Beautiful and Unusual 19th Century Inlaid French Victorian Antique Whatnot / Side Table dates from ca. 1900 and has three tiers with spectacular inlay, a brass gallery and brass finials

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Unusual Inlaid French Victorian Antique Whatnot / Side Table

This Beautiful and Unusual 19th Century Inlaid French Victorian Antique Whatnot / Side Table / Occasional Table dates from ca. 1900 and has three tiers with spectacular inlay, a brass gallery and brass finials. It stands on splayed legs and has aged to a rich shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 81 cm / 32 inches

Width: 48 cm / 19 inches

Depth: 37 cm / 14.5 inches

Ref No: 07407

 

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