Beautiful 19th-century table used by lacemakers in France.
Each side of the top lifts up to reveal wires and bobbins, used to pull threads through. Newly hand-painted in the 20th century, circa 1955. Unique as a decorative round table, or ...
Late-19th-century French Louis XVI-style inlaid tulipwood occasional table
with tumbling-block surface pattern, two frieze drawers, ebony string inlay, brass hardware and trim, and rich original patina.
Late-19th-C.pPair of French side tables from the Breton
region of France. The tops are beveled around the edges following down to an elegantly carved drawer front and open shelf area over a pierced door. The sides are paneled and the ...