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Bronze, Marble, Wood

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English Serving Tables

Oak

Antique English oak three shelf tea trolley cart on brass castors, circa late 19th century. Measures: 36 1/2" high, 39 1/2" high to top of backsplash, 30" wide, 17 1/2" deep. Good an...

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Nicely lacquered depicting florals and birds. Measure: 39" long with leaves extended.

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German Serving Tables

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