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VINTAGE Vaillant & Cie
Large Architectural House Gables
$589.00
Entryway or White-Glove Delivery
Qty
CARE N/A
COLOR taupe/khaki
CONDITION Very Good; age wear
DIMENSIONS 58" L x 43" W x 40" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE OF wood
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 17 - Oct 22
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
HOME DELIVERY Additional shipping fee applies. When checking out, choose between our White Glove and Entryway delivery options. Learn More
Can’t get to France? We deliver iconic, eclectic, traditional, and avant garde pieces. With styles from bistro to chateaux, Vaillant & Cie finds and delivers the Gallic soul. Husband and wife team Louis (French) and Susan (American) provide a unique array of the riches that are France, where chandeliers cozy up to painted shutters and doors and mannequins become lamps. We also have antique garden furniture, vintage glass, antique silver, and linens. Provence to Paris — toujours la France.
Why we love this
Pair of large handcrafted Arts and Crafts house gables with original taupe/khaki painted finish. Features a large architectural circle with round turned ends. Each gable, 58"L on longest side x 43"W x 40"H; 2 7/8"D. Weight: 16.5 lbs each. Age wear.
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