French Provincial Tea Table with Drawer

c. 1900
$2,480 USD
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W: 27.5" D: 18.0" H: 27.0"
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This elegant tea table was crafted of in late-19th-century France in the Louis XV-style, defined by its scalloped apron and thin cabriole legs. The s-form legs curve outwards from the top with dramatic flare, then taper gently to narrow hoof feet with a cross-hatched texture. The wavy line of the scalloped apron is traced by a beaded edge that flows down each leg. The thin rectangular top is formed of multiple boards and finished with a molded edge and rounded corners. Fitted with two shallow drawers on near sides, the table works just as well in the corner as it does floating in the center of a room.

From the collection of Frances and Gary Comer.

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