This is a fantastically large ceramic sculptor's table from Regio Emilia, Italy, circa 1900. It is the perfect center piece to any space. It has eight legs, as well as a long piece that can work as a shelf or foot rest. It boasts a beautifully bleached patina finish, making it the perfect neutral piece.
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