French Art Deco Period Walnut Side Table, circa 1930s

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French Art Deco period side table, circa 1930s. Dark walnut with fluted bottom and ball feet. Clover shaped middle shelf measures 26" diameter. Perfect for displaying your Art Deco treasures.

Details

  • Of the Period
    Art Deco
  • Place of Origin
    France
  • Date of Manufacture
    circa 1930s
    Dimensions
    27.5 in. H
    70 cm H
  • Diameter
    23.75
  • Dealer Location
    Chicago, IL
  • Number of Items
    1
  • Reference Number
    LU8611821349
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