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Louis Philippe Seamstress Working Table in Walnut <p>A wonderful little Louis Philippe seamstress working side table in walnut, French circa 1900. Rich walnut wood construction in a really unique elongated octagonal shape. Three surfaces with the top having a raised rim and the lower two hexagonal shelves having light molding at the edges. The two legs are gracefully curved and have attractive raised diamond shaped joins at the shelves. Both legs split at the bottom into sloping feet. Will make a great side table or display.</p>

Louis Philippe Seamstress Working Table in Walnut

- SOLD -

reference: 18033
circa: Early 1900s
origin: Bresse

height: 27.25"
width: 23.5"
depth: 11"

A wonderful little Louis Philippe seamstress working side table in walnut, French circa 1900. Rich walnut wood construction in a really unique elongated octagonal shape. Three surfaces with the top having a raised rim and the lower two hexagonal shelves having light molding at the edges. The two legs are gracefully curved and have attractive raised diamond shaped joins at the shelves. Both legs split at the bottom into sloping feet. Will make a great side table or display.

Condition: Very good antique condition with age appropriate wear on wood, mostly on the lower edges.

 
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