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Antique Myrtle Table by Baker

Matilda Bos Design Studio

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Antique Myrtle Table by Baker
Antique Myrtle Table by Baker
Antique Myrtle Table by Baker
Antique Myrtle Table by Baker
Antique Myrtle Table by Baker
Antique Myrtle Table by Baker
Antique Myrtle Table by Baker

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Product Information

Era:
Antique
Condition:
Good; minor cracking of finish on feet and top corner
Materials:
myrtlr
Size:
14" L x 14" W x 17.5" H
Color/Finish:
brown/gray/antique white

Why We Love This

This charming small Baker side table., circa 1895-1905, is made of warm-toned myrtle, while the body has been detailed in French gray and antique white showing off the carved banding around the top and down the legs. The table is wonderfully crafted and is extremely sturdy, with the Baker Furniture plaque on the underside.
As described by DNU - Matilda Bos Design Studio

About DNU - Matilda Bos Design Studio

Interior designer Leanne Madler and her daughter Michelle created Matilda Bos Design studio, traveling for the pure joy in finding treasures. Inspired by the idea that well-made, fanciful things never fail to delight and amuse, they approach each piece with a love for the story it holds. They hope you enjoy their virtual studio, where the chance to dilly-dally is strictly encouraged.