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19th-C. Opium Bed Coffee Table

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19th-C. Opium Bed Coffee Table
19th-C. Opium Bed Coffee Table
19th-C. Opium Bed Coffee Table

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Product Information

Antique; 19th century
Very Good; restored and refinished
Country of Origin:
60" L x 39" W x 19" H
light brown

Why We Love This

Unique coffee table made from a 19th-century Chinese opium bed, restored and refinished in a light stain. It is sturdy, and the large size is perfect for entertaining.
As described by Forgotten Shanghai
White Glove Delivery
Once you have placed your order, you will receive an email from us with tracking information about your item.
Shortly before the arrival date, our delivery service will contact you to schedule a delivery appointment.
Our delivery service will bring the item to your home, perform light assembly, and dispose of any trash.
1 $200
2 $250
3+ $350

About Forgotten Shanghai

Shanghai in the 1920s was a glamorous, sophisticated, multicultural city. Its opulence during that era is the inspiration for Forgotten Shanghai’s furniture and accessories. Incorporating traditional Chinese designs and construction methods, these items prove that the marriage of form and function is not a modern concept.