Art Deco Machine Age Bookmatched Walnut Table/Magazine Stand with Chrome Pulls For Sale
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Art Deco Machine Age Bookmatched Walnut Table/Magazine Stand with Chrome Pulls


This stunning magazine stand was realized in the United States, circa 1935. It offers two cabinets with chrome pulls arranged caddy corner connected a square cut-out compartment on bottom and a demilune form on top with two shelves. There are two tiers on top, perfect for storing any number of items, such as objet d'art or books. Besides its dramatic form, one of the aspects that makes this piece remarkable is the book matching of the burled walnut. The grain of the wood forms diamond patterns on the cabinet doors, and radiating striations on the demilune support, reminiscent of an open fan. With is geometric form and clean lines, this piece represents the marriage of refined design sensibilities and superlative craftsmanship. It has been restored to mint condition. American, circa 1935. Dimensions: 22" L X 12" D X 22.5" H.


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    H 22.5 in. x W 22 in. x D 12 in.

    H 57.15 cm x W 55.88 cm x D 30.48 cm

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    New York, NY
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