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Art Deco Modernist Console Table 1920s Furniture Tables

CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS ART DECO MODERNIST CONSOLE TABLE 1920S FURNITURE TABLES ON CANONBURY ANTIQUES

Art Deco Modernist Console Table 1920s Furniture Tables

Art Deco Modernist Console Table 1920s Furniture Tables

– Stunning art deco style console table in blonde walnut and rosewood
– Minimal design somehow embodies the 1920s aesthetic
– Single drawer so storage space
– Lovely colours between the different woods and the sun splash inlay motif – Please let us know if you
– We have a large range of other art deco furniture available so please let us know if you are looking for matching pieces
– Viewings available – please let us know if you would like to view in our Hertfordshire showroom
– Note if you would like to view in our Herts showroom please contact us first as some of our goods are in storage but we can arrange for it to be ready for a viewing with slight advance warning
– Will ship to anywhere in the world – please get in touch for a shipping quote
– Please fire away with any questions or enquiries
– Our Hertfordshire antiques showroom is just 25 minutes north of London
– All our measurements are of the widest and tallest dimension
Dimensions in CM
Width x Depth x Height
121 x 30 x 89
Dimensions in Inches
Width x Depth x Height
48 x 12 x 35

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