Provençal Extending Dining Table in Beechwood Raw Finish, France, 1910

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Large extendable Provencal table in beechwood; the original extensions are one with the top, they can be easily removed and fit together with the top itself in a perfect and aesthetically pleasing way; Once stretched out the table reaches a size of 290 cm with space for 12 large seats; both the top and the extensions have valuable “parqueterie” work; the table is enriched and finished with elegant leaf decorations handcrafted in carving; the ancient wood has been heated by steam, this operation called "vaporization" aims to increase the mechanical and hygrothermal qualities of the wood and preserve it from the formation of fungi and mold; this particular form of restoration has maintained the ancient patina formed over the years and has left the rough ecru color finish, which together with ivory, white, yellow, cornflower and Prussian blue are the characteristic colors of the Provencal style. The furniture created in this delicate artistic expression, recreate the welcoming, warm and relaxed atmosphere typical of this region of southern France, evoking something simple, fresh, and clean. Our raw Provencal table will be the perfect furnishing inspiration loved by the most romantic and dreamy spirits. Handmade in France between 1905 and 1910. Measurements cm.160 x 100 H.cm.76 Lengthened cm.290.

Current list price: €3.800,00

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Quantity:
1
Period:
1900-1909
Place of origin:
France
Style:
French Provincial
Dimensions (cm):
76H x 160W x 100D
Dimensions (inch):
29,92H x 62,99W x 39,37D
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Material:
Beech
Condition:
Good; Wear consistent with age and use.
Inventory ID:
2353
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Credit card,
Debit card
Shipping options:
International - YES
Shipping regions:
Worldwide

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