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Vintage

French Louis XVI-Style Table

Pariscope Design

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French  Louis XVI-Style Table
French  Louis XVI-Style Table
French  Louis XVI-Style Table
French  Louis XVI-Style Table
French  Louis XVI-Style Table
French  Louis XVI-Style Table
French  Louis XVI-Style Table
French  Louis XVI-Style Table

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; some aging to the leather top
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
leather/wood
Size:
18" L x 13.25" W x 20.5" H
Color/Finish:
brown/white/multi

Why We Love This

Classic 1930s French Louis XVI-style occasional table. Table has a painted wood base and top is leather-covered wood to look like two books. The book top has one drawer that opens. The table was purchased in France.
As described by Pariscope Design

About Pariscope Design

Madeline Roth has been designing homes since her first doll house. Her design work has been featured in House Beautiful magazine, along with other national and regional publications and books. A Kips Bay Show House Designer, HGTV-featured designer and House Beautiful Makeover show house participant—Madeline combines interior design with her retail antiques store Pariscope Design.