Wine Table with Crossed Stretchers

c. 1850
$4,280 USD
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W: 40.5" D: 18.75" H: 33.5"
Northern Elmwood
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Crossed stretcher bars and apron curves animate the square profile of this elmwood table. Made in Hebei province around 1850, the beautifully preserved table was used for sharing wine and spirits. Imbibers would gather around the table and engage in a group toast, finishing their drinks in one gulp. We love how its unusual and intoxicating lines energize a room.

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Table apron to floor: 28.5

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